Davy Adise is a high school senior from Montgomery County. He’s also one of the largest in-kind donors to Bread for the City!
Our guest author for this post is BFC Board member, Craig Stevens.
As we prepare for the new presidential administration, Sam Cooke’s foresight rings true: “A Change is Gonna Come”.
Some of the changes the administration is likely to make could impact charitable giving incentives in a big way. As a Bread for the City Board Member and a partner in Aronson LLC’s Nonprofit and Association Industry Services Group, I have an idea: Give today!
Welcome to “Chairman’s Corner”, where our Board Chair, Paul Taskier, will write about a variety of topics that impact Bread for the City and indeed the community and nation at large. We invite you to Read, Enjoy and Share!
September 27, 2016 by BFC in Fundraising
Did you know that $25 can be the difference between staying housed and experiencing homelessness? For many of our clients, a minor issue with rent or other basics can snowball into a huge problem.
Can I count on you to make a gift today to Bread for the City’s Small Favors Fund?
On June 30th, Bread for the City wrapped up another exciting fiscal year. Because we were just too busy fighting poverty, working to end racism, growing apples, and cleaning teeth all summer, we’re just getting around to reflecting on our successes now. And since we couldn’t do any of this without your help, we decided to share! Read on to see how your support helped us accomplish so much last year.
YAY! With the help of neighbors like you, Bread for the City raised $26,926 on Do More 24!
And with our match, this means we raised a total of $51,926 in just 24 hours! We now have enough funding to move ahead with our plans to hire a dental hygienist who will help us care for approximately 200 more patients each year. WOW!
Thanks to you, the lights are on, our staff is here to work, and we’re able to continue helping our patients get the vital dental care they need.