Raising money For Our Military Families
The closure of Fort Bragg doesn’t just mean boredom for far too many of our families.
Faced with economic hardships, devastating job losses and potential extended illness from COVID-19, our families are facing empty pantries, a lack of child care and more.
As we work to address the evolving needs of the families we serve, we’ve witnessed a devastating loss of revenue. Bottom line, COVID-19 endangers our exceptional programs and services not only today, but also tomorrow.
In order to be operational ready when the doors open again, we need to raise $100,000 across all Armed Services YMCA branches for the men and women of the U.S. military who’ve stood up for us.
Now, will you support them?
When you give even $15, you are providing a family with pantry essentials for up to a week. A gift of $75 will provide before and after school child care for one week. And a generous gift of $100 will enable us to serve a military child for an entire 13-week session of Operation Little Learners.
We are eager to get back to serving the community and supporting strong, healthy families. But as we fight COVID-19 together, we will recover together.
Will you help us prepare for tomorrow with a gift today?