Allied Churches Wants You to be All-In
Allied Churches of Alamance County (ACAC) has kicked off a 30-day fundraising campaign to help support its emergency shelter and food assistance programs. The “All-In” campaign hopes to raise $100,000 in operational funding. As part of the campaign launch, an anonymous foundation has offered a match up to $20,000. “All-In” supporters are encouraged to make a monthly pledge of any dollar amount, although one-time gifts are welcome.
“What we need at ACAC the most is committed monthly support that we can count on,” says ACAC Executive Director Kim Crawford, “Our matching donor has even agreed to match the total annual gifts of any pledges that come in during our 30-day push.”
“Give what you can,” Crawford continues, “$25 a month adds up! The men, women, and children that we serve depend on a hot meal and a safe bed, and we know that our community can come together to provide those things and so much more.”
ACAC’s emergency shelter has provided services for over 200 people experiencing homelessness so far in 2016, and provides emergency meals and groceries through its soup kitchen and food pantry to 1,500 people each month.
Want to go All-In with ACAC in the fight to end hunger and homelessness in Alamance County? Click here to donate on our campaign page.