As we reflected last week on the work of Martin Luther King, Jr. I spent most of the day listening to his words.
“For when people get caught up with that which is right and they are willing to sacrifice for it, there is no stopping point short of victory.”
We are now at the end of the first month of the year with 4 days left to raise an additional $24K. Generations United has BIG goals for 2020 and we are so excited about them. In the coming months, we will have more to share about new initiatives, enhancing programs, and growing our team! Our match campaign is going amazingly well but there is still work to do! Thank you to all of our friends and supporters who have generously given so far. We set a HUGE goal this year to raise $100,000 which will be matched by 2 amazing donors. $200,000 will go a long way to serve the students and families that we reach.
Every gift makes an impact!
Angie on Holy Cannoli Podcast
I invite you to listen to a podcast recorded last year with my longtime friend and community partner, Tony Gapastione, that shares my heart around why I felt called to launch this organization and how we see this work impacting lives daily. The children and families in our city need to know that they are cared for and that they are not forgotten. In this conversation, I express how my life experiences contributed to my understanding of this pain of abandonment so well. I would love to hear what stood out to you in this episode and how it impacted you.
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There are many ways to partner with us:
- Make a one-time tax-deductible donation before the end of the month and have it DOUBLED by our match campaign
- Become a monthly giving partner with a recurring donation of $25, $50, or any amount you choose
- Share this email with a friend to spread the word
- Join us as a reading volunteer at one of our campuses in Redwood City
- “Like” us on Facebook and share our content
- Ask your employer about donation match opportunities
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“One hundred years from now, it will not matter what your bank account was, the sort of house you lived in, or the kind of car you drove, but the world may be different because you were important in the life of a child.”
—Forest E. Witcraft