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#GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday

Wednesday, 8 a.m. We wanted to send a very heartfelt thank you to our community. Our #GivingTuesday total is an astounding $45,518! Thank you! Because of your generosity, more families and kids in our community will have access to the nutritious food they need to be successful and will be able to stay in their homes. We will be able to remove the barriers of hunger and homelessness to keep the future #limitlessforkids. This also shows that when we all work together our ability to make an impact is limitless.

Tuesday, 10 p.m. We can’t wait to share our this update with you! We’re at $42,092 now! Amazing! We’re above and beyond our goal. It’s not too late to join our efforts! Together, our ability to make an impact is limitless. We’ll announce a final total in the morning.

Tuesday, 7 p.m. Wow! Look what we accomplished together! We raised enough to unlock our $2000 double challenge grant from Tim and Lisa Carey and Terry and Bob Smith. Our total is $38,663. That means Noah’s Day is complete. Thank you! #GivingTuesday isn’t quite over yet though. There’s still time for us to STRETCH to help just a few more families and kids in our community. Can you help?  

Tuesday, 4 p.m., We’re excited to announce that we are ahead of schedule again! We have raised $1000 more, which means we can unlock the $1000 challenge grant from Mary and Steve Holzhauer. This brings our total to $33,868. It’s 10 p.m. in Noah’s Day. Noah is safe and warm in his bed in stable housing again. We’ve got two more hours to go to get him through his day. We can do it! 

Tuesday, 2:30 p.m. Thanks to your generosity, we did it again! We raised $3,436 to meet our challenge and unlock the $2,500 challenge grant from Nissa and Kevin Judd. That brings our total to $31,868. Noah’s Day has reached 9 p.m. That means he has eaten dinner with his family and is getting ready for bed. Did you know that 17% of kids right here in Dane County have insufficient or uncertain access to the food they need? We're getting close to our goal now! We can unlock a $1000 challenge grant from Mary and Steve Holzhauer if we can raise $1000 by 5 p.m. 

Tuesday, 11:30 a.m. We did it - ahead of schedule! Thank you! We raised $2508 to unlock our $2500 challenge grant from the Mulcahy Family. This brings our total to $25,432. That means that Noah's Day has reached 4 p.m. He has gotten through his school day including science, gym and band with the nutrition and housing stability necessary to focus and be successful. To keep our momentum up, we are announcing our next challenge grant. If we can raise $2000 more by 2:30, we can unlock a $2500 challenge grant for Nissa and Kevin Judd. Noah is now at home. Let's help him complete his homework. Without healthy food, kids have limited concentration and impaired school performances. Together, we can keep the future #limitlessforkids

Tuesday, 8 a.m., It's officially #GivingTuesday and we are off to a great start. Our challenge was to raise another $1000 last night to unlock a $1000 challenge grant from Brian and Julie Hornung. In fact, we raised $3,818! Thank you!! After unlocking the challenge grant, our total is now $19,424. Noah's Day has reached noon. He is at recess - which requires lots of energy, which means healthy food is essential! That's why we are announcing our next challenge grant. The Mulcahy Family has given us a gift of $1000—and given us challenge! If we can raise $2500 more by noon, they will give another $2500, bringing their giving total to $3500. This is $500 for each of their seven grandchildren! Feel inspired? Make a gift of any size—and then encourage others to do the same by sharing on social media that you gave and why. Let's keep Noah going strong throughout his afternoon. 

Monday, 6:30 p.m. Thanks to your generosity, we met our challenge and unlocked a $1000 challenge grant from the Klump Family. That brings our total $14,605. Look at Noah’s Day! It’s 10 a.m. and we’ve helped him get through math! And we’re ready to announce our last challenge for tonight. We can unlock a $1000 challenge grant from Brian and Julie Hornung if we raise another $1000 by the end of the night. You can prevent hunger and homelessness from limiting the future for children when you give tonight or tomorrow (Dec 3rd).

Monday, 4:30 p.m. Wow! We reached $11,175 which means we could unlock a $1000 challenge grant from an anonymous donor, bringing our total to $12,175. Because of your generosity, Noah’s Day has reached 8 a.m. That means he woke up, ate breakfast and arrived at school healthy and ready to learn. Did you know that kids who experience hunger miss more days of school? These children are sick more, recover slowly, and are hospitalized more frequently. Let’s not let hunger limit Noah or kids in our community. Donate now to keep Noah’s Day moving forward successfully. 

Monday, 12:00 p.m., We did it! We raised over $2000 in time to unlock a $1000 challenge grant from Bob and Terry Smith. That brings our total to $6,023.75 which means we can help Noah get through another hour of his day successfully. He is still sleeping snugly in his bed, getting the rest he needs for his day. We want to keep the energy up with another challenge grant. Here’s our challenge now: If we can raise $1000 more by 3:30 p.m., we will unlock a challenge grant of $1000 from an anonymous donor—and we can help Noah get through another hour of his day. Share this on Facebook and invite your friends and family to join us to reach this next challenge - and help more families stay in their homes.

Monday, 7:00am - Are you ready? We’re so excited for #GivingTuesday that we’re launching it right now! Thanks to a generous $3,000 gift from Terry and Bob Smith, we already have the first two hours in Noah’s Day. But there’s more! Terry and Bob Smith have also provided a challenge grant. If we can raise $2000 more by 12 p.m., we unlock a challenge grant of $1,000. Join our efforts to keep the future limitless for kids by making a gift now. Then share this on your Facebook page to challenge your friends to do the same.  

This #GivingTuesday, your ability to make an impact is limitless.

One in six children in Wisconsin faces hunger and over one-third of households struggle to cover basic costs like housing and health care. That’s why this holiday season, we invite you to do something that matters, something that makes a difference in the lives of people here in our community. Join MOM and people across the country on December 2 and 3, 2019 to celebrate #GivingTuesday, a global social media-driven event to raise funds to make meaningful change in our communities.

Kids need healthy food and stable housing to be successful. Research shows that when kids don’t get the nutrition they need, they have limited concentration, limited energy and limited health outcomes. Follow along right here and on our Facebook page as we try to raise $36,000 in two days to prevent hunger and homelessness from limiting the futures and dreams of kids in our community. Make a gift and then share our message with others through social media and email, challenging them to do the same. 

To measure our success, we’re following Noah’s Day--as he sleeps in his warm bed in stable housing, when he eats a nutritious breakfast to be healthy and get to school ready to learn—and more! As we raise funds, we’ll help Noah get what he needs to complete his daily tasks—and we’ll add more hours to his day. 

Together, we can keep the future #limitless for kids.

#GivingTuesday. Limited to limitless.

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