We are thrilled to announce we have met and secured our $300,000 match goal! Because of your support and the generosity of our original 15 Match 4 Mission Empower donors who doubled gifts made to the campaign, a total of $600,000 has been raised for our mission of continuing to meet the growing needs in the community.
The exciting news doesn’t stop there! Our longtime supporter, Ball Corporation, has rallied around us and has increased the initial $300,000 match by an additional $200,000 for the Match 4 Mission Empower Campaign. Several other loyal donors have stepped up in participating in the match extension and are contributing additional dollars to extend the match campaign to $250,000. That means that every gift made up to $250,000 will be doubled. The total match campaign could raise more than $1 million! While our goal is ambitious, it’s critical. The work we are doing to serve our neighbors in need us more than a sprint – it’s a marathon.
We are so close to crossing the finish line with just $65,000 left to meet our goal! A $50 donation will help support a family in need with emergency essentials like hygiene items, cleaning supplies and baby essentials. Help us meet our match goal and empower more children and families in need!
About the Campaign
Match 4 Mission Empower run by A Precious Child, Inc.
15 devoted supporters have rallied together to create a match, pledging $1 for $1 donations up to $300,000, allowing A Precious Child to continue empowering children and families in need by providing basic essentials needed now more than ever.
About the Charity
A Precious Child, Inc.
A Precious Child is a 501(c)(3) Colorado nonprofit that empowers children and families in need. Last year alone, we provided opportunities and resources valued at $15 million to more than 57,000 underprivileged children and 7,000 adult caregivers.
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