When disaster strikes, relief cannot wait. Families need shelter, food, water, health services and emotional support. They need the American Red Cross.
Join us this fall as the American Red Cross of Central California introduce Shelter of Hope, a major regional fundraising campaign to raise funds and awareness to support local disaster relief by simulating the experience of staying in a Red Cross shelter.
The Shelter of Hope will be presented in partnership with Sherrif’s Family Day in San Luis Obispo on September 8 from 10am-3pm at Madonna Meadows.
Along with the simulated experience of being displaced from your home due to a disaster, each Shelter of Hope will include Red Cross executives, employees, volunteers (including actual shelter workers) and community partners on-hand to tell their personal “Stories of Hope.” Attendees will learn first-hand how your local Red Cross stays staffed, trained and outfitted to respond to disasters big and small, local and beyond.
On average, the Red Cross of Central California responds to 2 local disasters each day. Each disaster is unique, and so are the needs of those impacted. Our goal is to raise $250K this fall to support those in need. We cannot do this without your generosity.
Your generosity will provide care and compassion for families in need throughout our region. Donations enable the Red Cross to respond quickly and efficiently whenever help, hugs, and hope are needed. When disaster strikes, we are there to provide a Shelter of Hope.
Thank you to our 2018 Shelter of Hope Partners!
The Red Cross is only able to help those in times of disaster thanks to the generosity of our donors.
We depend on the donations we receive to support the many citizens we help every day, and that is why we are asking you to help us in providing a Shelter of Hope to our neighbors in crisis. The Red Cross is only able to help those in times of disaster thanks to the generosity of our donors.
Click here to learn more about Shelter of Hope sponsorship opportunities.
It costs an average of $550 to help one family of three recover from a disaster. Your generosity will provide care and compassion to families in need throughout our region.
TO LEARN MORE, CONTACT:
Regional Philanthropy Officer
Serving the Central California Region
EMAIL | firstname.lastname@example.org PHONE | (559) 396-9798