Dear Doctor & Mrs. Name: Just a moment of your time, if you can, to talk about a ten dollar bill.
If you have had cancer, you already know why.
If you had relatives or close friends with cancer, you will appreciate our request for money.
If you have been fortunate thus far, let me explain our need for your $25 donation.
Knowledge is a result of research which requires money, and your $25 donation (or more, if you can) will assure continuation of this research.
If you would like to help us keep going, please send a contribution in the enclosed envelope.
She wondered what would happen if she could take one child from the city and place that youngster where she was now -- in the midst of this beauty and serenity.
If I could speak to them, I would tell them they can see a great deal of God in the trees and stars and streams that He created.
If you can't sponsor a child for a whole week, perhaps you can send enough for half a week -- or even just one day.
The Salvation Army 3100 N. Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46208-4718 April 1, 1999 Dear Friend, If The Salvation Army's Red Shield could talk, it might tell you how we recently helped a man with diabetes get the insulin he needed... a single mother purchase eyeglasses for her first-grade daughter... or an elderly widow find the strength to face life on her own...
What happens if they can't pay their heating or electric bill because of extreme temperatures?
What happens if their children get sick?
What happens if they get sick?
Then, if you know of or come across someone who needs our help, please give the card to him or her.
Name organization (if applicable) Address City, State Zip Dear Salutation: Who helps United way help ten-year-old Cindy learn responsibility and self-esteem at an overnight camp?
- - Matthew "If it were not for the services they provide us, the older persons would not be able to get around to do our business, such as visits to doctors, grocery and drug stores."
Please find it in your heart to renew your pledge or, if possible, increase it.
Only if you contribute this year can these agencies continue to provide programs and services that: Strengthen Families -- Help victims of child abuse & neglect, answer crisis hotlines, prevent family violence & counsel the mentally ill; Invest In Our Children -- Provide child care, scouting & youth programs, foster care & adoption as well as mentoring & counseling for teen parents; Serve The Elderly And Disabled -- Provide meals & visits to the homebound, as well as speech, hearing & physical therapy for people with disabilities; Help People Become Self-Sufficient -- offer shelter for homeless families, disaster relief, employment & training, neighborhood support centers & specialized transportation; Promote Health And Well-Being -- Administer immunization programs provide drug & alcohol treatment, screening for cancer, heart disease & other conditions and provide health education & home nursing care.
If each agency were responsible for raising all of its funds, businesses like yours would be inundated with individual solicitations, even more than they are now, and many necessary services would go unfunded.
Here are some quotes from people who have been helped by United Way of Central Indiana agencies: 'If it were not for the services they provide us, we older persons would not be able to get around to do our business, such as visits to doctors, grocery and drug stores.'
Please find it in your heart to renew your gift this year if at all possible.
She would have a better chance of getting help and delivering a healthy baby if she lived in Sweden.
If United Way didn't do this it wouldn't be done at all.
If you would consider increasing your past pledge by just $25 this year it would be wonderful.
If you could possibly increase your pledge by even more, I would be overjoyed.
If I wasn't working here ...I would be sad ..." -- Maureen Because turning welfare recipients into tax payers just makes sense.
"If I wasn't working here...I would be sad..." Goodwill helps people get off of public assistance.
Individuals who are being emancipated are eligible to receive up to $500 from the Fund if they formally apply and meet four requirements: 1.
Possession of a high school diploma or GED Proof of meeting these, two staff reference letters and an essay stating why they should receive a grant and how it will be used are all reviewed by a Pleasant Run panel, which determines if the applicant merits the funds.
We wouldn't exist if the need weren't there.
If you are interested and would like more information, please contact Lisa Lusk or Marcia Whited at 693-9222.
(and if you need room for a couple of more, we can swing that too!)
If you have any questions, please call me at 241-2661.
All of our Six summer camping sessions are booked to capacity (and, truth be told, with maybe one our two extra returning campers squeezed in) and we have a waiting list of 60 children who are hoping to come if a spot should open.
If you can give a little more to help meet this increased expense we would appreciate your support.
If these special children are to become the adults we all need them to be, we have to lead them in the right direction right now.
If you can increase your last donation, we would appreciate that show of support for the campers and their efforts to overcome obstacles and create successful lives.
I hope you'll continue -- and if possible increase - your support for these great kids.
It's clear that if we don't increase our base of private funding, we won't have the kind of control we need to ensure the continued success of our centers and the very important services they offer.
Where else would that many people turn if CCI weren't there to help?
I know that our staff and committee members will be happy to go with you to talk to these group if you need their help.
If you have any questions, feel free to call Valery De Long at CCI, 638-3360 x23.
If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call at 638-3360.
One group of adults and one group of youth, through two very different processes, have arrived at the same conclusion; our community still has much to do if we are to help ALL of your youth successfully develop into the responsible, productive adults who will our community in the future.
If you have any questions or concerns at any time, please do not hesitate to call me at 921-1288.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call Myrna Weinberger at 251-9467, ext.
I would most appreciate receiving your generous check made payable to the American Cancer Society and sent to me in the enclosed envelope, if you have not already done so.