Hope Unites – Annual Giving
Dear Friends and Loyal Supporters,
Over the past year we have all experienced and witnessed fear, loneliness, and anxiety over these uncertain times. We have all been impacted by the pandemic but as we move forward with great hope we want to share some great news with you!
This past year, because you chose to give even during the challenging times, your donation gave significant hope to over 25,000 kids within in 73 nonprofit Youth Organizations, Schools, Foster and Group Homes. The kids of all ages experienced real fear and isolation, but because of your generosity the Buddy Fund was able to continue to support these kids within the organizations. Thanks to you we were able to provide over $145,000 dollars of sports and recreation equipment to help them have some normalcies in their lives. As you know there is nothing healthier and healing as kids involved in sports activities.
For the past 59 years the Buddy Fund has partnered with our community. There will always be a great need for what we do and by uniting together we are very hopeful for the future. We would greatly appreciate your support in “Hope Unites”, our Annual Giving Campaign to help the underserved youth in our community. Is it possible for you to support us with a special gift? Our goal is $20,000 which will help us meet the needs of the increased number of organizations that continue to need our support.
United with your generosity we can continue making a much bigger difference in the lives of at-risk underserved kids. With our dedicated supply partners, we are able to almost double your donation because of our purchasing power.
We will continue to share our mission impact on our website and our social media platforms. Please save the date for our 59th Golf Classic and Auction on 9.17.2021. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions.
Stay hopeful as we continue to move forward united to support the kids our community which is needed more today than ever before!
Tim Murch Ann Lederman
Chairman Executive Director