This year has been one for the books. After nearly a year and a half of COVID, full return to normal life is still elusive.
Amidst this uncertainty, several questions have weighed heavy on our minds at the Tim Griffith Foundation. How can we best continue to provide hope, peace and stability for those most vulnerable?
A quote from Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate, Elie Wiesel seems appropriate: “Hope is like peace. It is not a gift from God. It is a gift only we can give one another.”
And because hope is a gift we give each other, the answer to our question is: YOU.
As you continue to make TGF programs like our scholarships, Tim’s House and Meadowlark retreats possible, you give hope and receive it in return.
You (and all of us) receive hope from students like John Wee, who is using his TGF scholarship to create a better future for all of us. Or from long-time TGF donors like Jan Becker and Deb Blackburn who have offered to match all Giving Tuesday donations up to $10,000! (And you don’t have to wait to give. The match starts today! )
Because when we give hope and peace to each other, we receive it tenfold in return.
This year, on Giving Tuesday, please continue to gift hope with a donation to the Tim Griffith Foundation.
Your gift will ensure hope for our scholarship recipients, stability for Tim’s House residents and a place of peace and healing for Meadowlark parents.
You make all of this possible.
Text TGFHOPE to 44-321 to instantly receive a link to donate. Then ask your friends to text TGFHOPE to 44-321 via your social pages, email, or in-person.
Prefer to give online? Visit the Giving Tuesday website to support the Foundation by gifting hope and peace.