On Monday, April 20th, I am running the Boston Marathon to raise money for Project Hope – a charity at the forefront of efforts to move low-income families up and out of poverty.
Project Hope provides low-income families with access to education, jobs, housing, and emergency services; fosters their personal success; and works for broader systems change.
I am excited to run the Boston Marathon to raise funds for such an amazing organization. I have committed to raising at least $10,000 for Project Hope, and I need your help. Your tax-deductible contribution will help...
$60 – Give a job seeker a professional outfit for her interview
$100 - Help with a utility bill for a low-income family this winter
$150 - Provide a family with meals in emergency shelter
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$250 - Help with the heating bill for a family this winter
$350 - Cover the application fees for an adult learner to take her high school equivalency exams
$500 - Enroll a job seeker in Project Hope's three-week Tracks to Employment program
$1,000 - Furnish the living space for a mother and her children in their new housing
$1,500 - Enroll a job seeker in Project Hope's eight-week career readiness program
$3,000 - Give an adult student a semester of high school equivalency classes
$5,000 - Provide homelessness prevention services to a family struggling to stay in their home
Visit Project Hope to learn more.
I hope you will consider donating to support my run. If you have any questions, please let me know.
Thank you for your support!