Beth A Andrew
Quakerdale Family Services Launches “So That All May Be Served” Fundraising Campaign
(Marshalltown, IA) – “So That All May Be Served” is the theme for Quakerdale Family Services’ 2019 Hope Fund fundraising campaign. The event kicked off on Wednesday, December 5 and will conclude at midnight on Monday, December 31. The goal is to raise $5,000 to help provide supplemental funding for families who cannot afford the services they need.
Quakerdale Family Services’ mission is to encourage “… hope, faith, and growth in the families and communities we serve.” Unfortunately, there are times when families needing assistance do not have the resources necessary to pay for services.
We have established the Hope Fund “So That All May Be Served”
Quakerdale Family Services believes money should never stand in the way of anyone getting the help they need to build a better life. The Hope Fund provides funding for qualified families to help supplement their ability to pay in part or in whole. The following are ways you can get involved and make a difference in the lives of those needing a helping hand toward healing.
With a gift of $25 you can support a family needing services by funding one-fourth of the amount needed to cover one full session of counseling. Many times this amount is used to cover the insurance deductible.
With a gift of $50 you can partner with a family needing services by sharing the amount needed to cover one full session of counseling.
With a gift of $100 you can sponsor a family needing services by covering the entire amount needed for one full session of counseling.
With a gift of $1,000 or more you can support the Quakerdale Family Services endowment fund. The annual investment income generated from this fund is used to underwrite the organization and insures affordable rates for all.
Won’t you consider a gift today?!
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