Hope Unites – Annual Giving
Dear Friends and Loyal Supporters,
Together as we continue to move forward with great hope we want to share some news with you about the positive impact we are making in the St. Louis Region.
This past year, because you chose to continue to give, your donation gave significant hope to over 86,000 at-risk underserved kids within in 87 nonprofit Youth Organizations, Schools, Foster and Group Homes. Thanks to you, we were able to provide over $148,000 dollars of new sports and recreation equipment to help them to be active and healthy. As you know, there is nothing healthier and more healing as kids involved in physical sports and recreation activities.
For the past 60 years, the Buddy Fund has partnered with the St. Louis Community. There will always be a great need for what we do and by uniting together, we are very hopeful for a much better future for those kids. We would greatly appreciate your support with our Annual Giving Campaign “United Together”, to help the underserved at-risk youth in our community. Is it possible for you to support us with a special gift? Our goal is to raise $20,000 that will help us meet the needs of the 87 Organizations (this is an increase of 12 new organizations within the first 3 months of 2022) that need our support. Simply return the enclosed giving envelope or donate online by credit card or PayPal www.buddyfund.org
“United Together” with your generosity we can continue making a much greater positive difference in the lives of at-risk underserved youth along with our dedicated supply partners, we are able to purchase at a deep discount that almost doubles your donation.
Follow us as we share our mission impact on our website, social media and our e-newsletter. Please save the date for our 60th Golf Classic on 9.16. 2022 and online Auction!
Thank you for your continued support and together we will continue to make a positive impact in the lives of youth in our community!
Tim Murch Corey LeSure Ann Lederman
Chairman Annual Giving Chairman Executive Director