$10,000 Raised to Help Residents Stay Cool This Summer

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

May 10, 2024

The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Kentucky Gives Day campaign for 2024 was a resounding success, thanks to the generosity and compassion of over 145 donors. Throughout the online fundraising event, donations of various amounts poured in, allowing us to surpass our $10,000 goal and raise a little over $10,500 by Wednesday morning.

These funds will make a significant impact in helping individuals in need BEAT THE HEAT this summer. We will be using the proceeds to purchase box fans to distribute to those who need them most on June 20, ensuring that residents have access to essential cooling during the sweltering summer months.

Your support, whether through donations or spreading the word about our campaign, has been instrumental in keeping residents safer from the heat and promoting a more environmentally-friendly approach to cooling. Your kindness and generosity are invaluable in ensuring the safety and comfort of our neighbors.

Once again, we extend our heartfelt thanks for your generosity and support. We are deeply grateful for your partnership as we work toward a cooler, safer, and more sustainable summer for all.

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