What if every single dollar you gave to someone through Modest Needs magically doubled? Your donation would make twice the impact, help twice the number of individuals and change twice the number of lives. What if your donation was matched by someone else, effectively turning $500,000 into a million dollars?
That can happen right now. All you have to do is give.
Right now Modest Needs is lucky to have a matching grant in place for the month of December. That means the amount you donate to others in need today--to stop the cycle of poverty before it begins--will be doubled. Amazing, but true.
From founder and CEO, Dr. Keith Taylor:
If we are able to work together claim the whole of this grant, then our donors will instantly empower Modest Needs to fund a full one million dollars' worth of grant applications from the hard-working, low-income individuals and families who've turned to Modest Needs for the help they need to remain productively self-sufficient
Clearly, in this final month of 2010, your 'small change' has the power to impact more lives at Modest Needs than ever before, both this year and next.
But, because this $500,000.00 grant is positioned as a 'challenge grant,' we can't claim any part of it without the help of people just like you - people who understand from experience the importance of the work we're doing together at Modest Needs.
Today, and in the spirit of the season, I'd like to ask you to please consider making a special one-time contribution towards this critical year-end fundraising goal.
If you'd like to help and are willing to pitch in, you can make the secure, tax-deductible contribution of your choice in two minutes or less simply by using our online donation form.
If you are a considering donating to Modest Needs for the first time to help keep people out of poverty, there is no better time than now. If you regularly donate to others through Modest Needs, an additional donation this month will go so much farther than you think.
Double your money today, and double the impact you have on those less fortunate.