Chloe Memorial Matching Gift
HONOR CHLOE'S MEMORY AND DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT
Through May 15, the Chloe Memorial Matching Gift doubles every donation to the Christian Service Center up to $50,000!*
Now You Can Give by Text
Make a donation right from your mobile device**. Text giv4chloe to 50155.
5/8/20 UPDATE: In just over one month (since April 1), we've actually exceeded our goal of $50,000. And the blessing continues... Chloe's grandparents have offered to continue their gift and match additional donations received by Friday, May 15 when the match was originally set to end.
This Spring, we are blessed and grateful to receive a matching gift from the loving family of little Chloe.
Sweet Chloe only lived to the age of five, but she left an unforgettable impression on her family and those she met. She would light up a room with her laughter, dancing and singing, and her sweet, brown eyes showed spirit and empathy beyond her years. Her grandparents were frequent volunteers at Daily Bread who wish to honor her memory while helping others.
This matching gift serves as a legacy to Chloe by helping prevent homelessness, alleviate hunger and bring hope for the thousands of impoverished families and individuals every year who turn to us in their hour of distress.
EVERY donation made to the Christian Service Center through May 15, 2020 will be doubled up to a goal of $50,000*. Whether you give $10 or $100, your gift in Chloe's memory will have twice the impact at helping us continue our mission.
Prayerfully consider giving during this timeframe to have your contribution matched in Chloe's memory to feed the hungry, prevent homelessness, and allow us to provide hope and a faithful hand of help to those in need.
*Donations made between April 1-May 15, 2020 will automatically be assigned to and doubled by the Chloe Memorial Matching Gift. If you have any questions about this time of giving, please call us at 407.425.2523 ext. 230.
**Text giving requires requires a 1-time account set up. Keyword is not case sensitive.
“Chloe never wanted anyone to be sad. We can keep her spirit alive by spreading the magical light of her compassion through helping others in need.”