There’s still time to make YOUR impact in 2019!

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There’s still time to make YOUR impact in 2019!

Make your mark on 2019!

The holidays are upon us, and now is the PERFECT time to make your lasting mark on 2019. The Christmas season is a busy time at Wheeler Mission, with all of our locations hustling and bustling to bring holiday joy and critical care to our neighbors in desperate need. What’s more, the cold winter weather brings us hundreds of additional men, women, and children each night–making this our busiest season of the year.

Thanks to friends like you, Wheeler Mission served 8,789 different men, women, and children from January-November this year. With December still not yet over, even more hurting people will come to us for help before 2019 is over…and you can make a huge difference in their lives right now.

Care to help us end 2019 strong? Here are some ways you can!

Give now: Your generous gifts today provide food, shelter, and life-changing care for those who come to us. Give by 12/31 and your gift will count toward the 2019 tax year!

Create a Facebook fundraiser: Challenge your social community to support Wheeler Mission! Create a fundraiser on your Facebook page, urging your friends and followers to give before New Year’s Day! Facebook makes it easy and secure, and it only takes a minute to set up and share. Go here to start your Wheeler Mission fundraiser today!

Commit to serve: We rely on volunteers all year long. In fact, we couldn’t serve as we do without them! Visit our volunteer page to learn where you might fit.  Sign up to meet a current need or join us after the first of the year. We can’t wait to make a difference together.

On behalf of those affected by homelessness, addiction, and poverty…THANK YOU! There is still much work to do in 2020. Your generous, year-end gift will be put to immediate use, providing food, shelter, life skills classes, recovery services, and other critical care. Thank you for making a difference, and extending help, hope, and healing to those who need it most.

Wishing you a joyous, holiday season!