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How You Can Help. Everyone can Contribute.

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There are a number of ways you can help the Blessing House, each opportunity contributes to the success of our organization.  Here are just a few examples:

  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Financial Donations
  • In Kind Donations
  • Endowment Fund
  • Speaking Opportunities
  • Fulfilling Our Needs List

 Printable Needs List

Also opportunities to help with various fundraisers by:

  • Donating an Auction Item
  • Becoming a Sponsor

Please contact us if you can help or if you have ideas to share!

Donating to Blessing House through United Way

Blessing House is eligible to receive designated contributions made through United Way. Any individual making a donation, either through their employer or on their own, has the ability to specify that their donation is to be received by a qualified non profit of their choice. We would like to ask you to please consider designating your United Way contribution to Blessing House.

Our funding allocation from United Way has been substantially reduced because of United Way’s change in focus to a community impact model. Because of this change, in one more year, United Way will only be funding community collaboratives that target specific income, health and education goals. As of this time, Blessing House will not be included in any of these collaboratives and will no longer be receiving allocations from the United Way general fund.

While our mission may not specifically address the issues of income, health and education, we deal with these issues each and every day as we work with families who are dealing with emergencies from lack of employment and housing, who are experiencing health problems and whose children need continued support in their home schools when families are in crisis.

If you have any questions about how you can designate your United Way contribution to be received by Blessing House, please call us at 440-240-1851.

 

 

 

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