48 Village Hours & 1 Village Goal

June 28, 2013, Update: Amazing! Thank YOU to our Village Family who came together to raise $7,315 in just 48 hours.  Our effort to close the gap on a $25,000 matching opportunity, which will all go to support DC’s homeless and low-income women was a major success.  It truly does “Take a Village!”

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A few weeks ago the the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region announced they will match all donations made to N Street Village by the end of this month (up to $25,000.)  To date, we have received nearly $17,155, but we don’t want to leave any of the matching money on the table.

That’s why we need your help to raise the final $7,845 in the next couple of days, 48 hours to be exact.  Now, can you help us achieve this goal

It Takes a Village.

VILLAGEStarting today, we are asking YOU! – Our Village Family – to come together over the next 48 hours to raise the additional $7,845.

Together we can provide D.C.’s most vulnerable women the strength of community, the hope of renewal, and the opportunity to achieve personal stability. It truly does “Take a Village.”

Please take these three actions today:

  •  Double your gift and impact by giving on our “It Takes a Village” Razoo page – donate early while matching funds last!
  • Invite 5 people to donate $20 by sending them this message: Join me in supporting DC’s homeless and low-income women with a $20 contribution to N Street Village today.  It Takes a Village!  Your contribution will be matched: http://bit.ly/12l47U
  • Share (a lot!) on Facebook and Twitter
    Example Twitter message:  .@NStreetVillage has 48 hours to raise $7,845.  #TakesAVillage.  Donate TODAY!  Your gift will be matched! http://bit.ly/12l47UF.

    Example Facebook message: Join me in supporting DC’s homeless and low-income women with a $20 contribution to N Street Village today!  It Takes a Village!  Your contribution will be matched http://bit.ly/12l47UF.

Thank YOU for your ongoing support.  Now, let’s raise $7,845 together!
It Takes a Village.