We are lucky to be blessed with a sweet baby arriving soon and have everything we need for a safe birth and home. If you are able and willing, we humbly request that you consider donating to the following charity with a cause that's very close to our hearts. We know that unfortunately there are so many causes and communities that need more assistance than ever in these difficult times and want to take the opportunity to highlight one that we are involved with personally.
Bottom Line is an organization we have gotten to know over the past year. We have had the pleasure of meeting firsthand some of the students who benefit from this great organization. The work they do is critical and local in improving education access and support. Thank you so much for consideration a donation through this GoFundMe!
Here is a little bit about Bottom Line:
Since 1997, Bottom Line has addressed the low college graduation rates of first-generation students from low-income backgrounds. Our organization was founded on the belief that students need a mentor and a guide during the college application process and throughout college to succeed. By providing consistent one-on-one support, Bottom Line has helped thousands of first-generation students from low-income backgrounds stay in college and complete their degrees. Bottom Line is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is nearly 100% privately funded. We currently serve over 8,000 students through our two primary programs - College Access and College Success. Bottom Line services are available from regional offices located in Boston, Chicago, and New York City.
In these challenging times, there is an urgent need to provide continuity of support to Bottom Line students. It is more important than ever that our students have access to the strong, responsive advising that they have come to rely on from Bottom Line. Our advisors serve as relentless allies for our students and their consistency and follow-through will continue to provide a sense of stability for students and help them navigate the additional obstacles they are now facing on their path to a college degree and future of economic stability.