Providing Hope in Cincinnati During Uncertain Times Fund
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$5,001.26 raised of $10,000.00 goal
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Founded by James N. Gamble of Procter & Gamble in 1924, City Gospel Mission helps the homeless and hurting break the cycle of poverty and despair…one life at a time. They engage, equip and empower those in need with the spiritual, emotional, mental and physical skills and resources to achieve long-term life transformation and self-sufficiency.
They don’t know how COVID-19 will impact the community in the coming weeks, but as public places close where the homeless hang out during the day, like libraries, parks and public facilities, they anticipate more people needing meals and services. City Gospel Mission will not close their doors and they will continue to serve some of the most vulnerable in our city and be there for anyone who needs them. Necessary safety precautions are causing an unplanned strain on their budget and resources, and they urgently need our help to fill the gap, and the people they serve will need our help right now and in the coming months more than ever.
We have created this fund with the hope of raising at least $10,000 using our own donations and VMware match. This fund can also be shared externally so that anyone can contribute, but only VMware employee donations will be matched.
You can also help by registering your Kroger Plus Card. Each time you use your Plus Card when purchasing groceries, Kroger makes a donation to City Gospel Mission to help feed the hungry in our community. All you have to do is register your card at www.kroger.com/communityrewards.
You can find more information about City Gospel Mission at https://www.citygospelmission.org/
Please join us in supporting City Gospel Mission to help them achieve their purpose of breaking the cycle of poverty and despair…one life at a time.