Like me, I'm sure your inbox has been flooded with emails about COVID-19. That's why I'm sending this emergency message one more time.
Thank you in advance for your support during this crisis,
P.S. If you've already responded to our urgent need, please accept my deep gratitude for your generosity and encouragement. It means so much, especially now.
This is the most important letter I have ever written.
Habitat for Humanity Greater Boston is facing a crisis no one saw coming.
The coronavirus is having an unimaginable impact on our ability to raise funds and build homes for families...
Together, they are crippling.
This is why I hope you will make an emergency donation now.
Your gift helps parents like Mekdes and Abebaw and their two boys...
They live in the South End, crammed in a one-bedroom apartment. There is nowhere to play outside. And the neighbors complain if the boys make too much noise inside.
This family of four was already in an untenable situation. The coronavirus has made things even harder.
Mekdes and Abebaw thought their prayers had been answered when they were selected for a Habitat home last year. But now, their dream hangs in the balance.
Your gift today will determine the life they live tomorrow.
This family of four is one of so many depending on your support right now.
No one saw this global pandemic coming. And we didn't budget for the impact of such an unimaginable catastrophe.
Please help with an emergency gift today. And thank you for your kindness.
Be well and stay safe,
President & CEO
P.S. The coronavirus has created a perfect storm of financial disasters... at a time when struggling families need us most. That's why I urge you to make an emergency gift right away... before the situation gets any more dire. Thank you in advance for your generous support at this critical time.
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Habitat for Humanity Greater Boston
240 Commercial Street, Boston MA 02109
617-423-2223 | habitatboston.org