Getting Ready for Do More 24

by | May 3, 2016

There are 29 days to go until the annual Do More 24 Campaign being sponsored by the United Way of the Naunspecifiedtional Capital Area and we want to win some of the prize money being offered so that we can help more families find financial stability and self-sufficiency through permanent, affordable housing.

How can you get involved? Besides marking your calendar for June 2nd and bookmarking our Do More 24 page https://domore24.org/npos/good-shepherd-housing-amp-family-services, you can help us by increasing our reach on social media.

 

facebook-logo (1) You can like our Facebook page and invite others who you think might be interested in our mission.

 

twitter-logo (1) You can follow us on Twitter. Our Twitter handle is @GoodHousingOrg. One easy way to share our page with others is to share our page with a simple Follow Friday (#ff) post, like this on any Friday: “Looking forward to the weekend! #ff @goodhousingorg #affordablehousing”

 

Instagram_Icon_small You can follow us on Instagram at @GoodShepherdHousing.

 

You can also sign up and attend our first ever Strategic Social Media Workshop on May 21st. We’ll be sharing our plan on the prizes we will be working for and helping volunteers who may be new to social media to set up accounts. RSVP here.

 

How does your donation make a difference?

 

$24 helps Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services provide cleaning supplies to a new family, enabling them to take care of their new apartment.

 

$48 helps Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services provide necessities to a new family, like linens, dishes and towels, allowing them to focus on more important regularly budgeted expenses like groceries and healthcare. This allows them to stick to their budget immediately.

 

$124 helps Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services provide a new family with funds to cover moving expenses, enabling them to take the first step to self-sufficiency.

 

$240 helps Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services provide one-time financial grants to families facing evictions or utility shut-off, preventing them from becoming homeless.

 

$480 helps Good Shepherd Housing and Family Services provide a new family with funds to purchase furniture for their new apartment, helping turn their new apartment into a home.