Team Fundraising Page of Piper Partners Real Estate Team
All funds raised will be matched up to $1,500!
Piper Partners Real Estate Team
Our Mission and view: We are deeply connected in our community and support organizations that serve those in need. We believe when we help others, we help ourselves. During the month of February, we are holding a fundraising event with the goal of raising more than $3,000.00 for Food Gatherers, and also raising awareness for the work they do and the need in our community. You will see our posts on social media, on our website Piperpartners.com and elsewhere. To make your dollars go further, Piper Partners along with Peter Staton at Concept Insurance and John Simpkins at Level One Bank will be MATCHING your donations $ for $ up to $1,500. Again, with a goal to raise at least $3,000.
raised of $3,000 goal
About This Campaign
Food Gatherers is the food bank and food rescue serving people experiencing hunger throughout Washtenaw County. In 2020 they distributed 7.8 million pounds, the equivalent of 6.5 million meals, to our neighbors in need.
Your help is needed now more than ever! Washtenaw County has seen a nearly 40% increase in hunger since the COVID-19 pandemic began, with many individuals seeking food assistance for the first time in their lives.
The good news is that a couple of dollars goes a lot further than you'd think. While $5.00 might get us just a few cans to donate at grocery store prices, Food Gatherers can purchase substantially more because they buy wholesale. That means that giving, no matter how small, can make a big difference for a family in need today.
Will you help us fight hunger in our community today?
Elizabeth Cheslak gave a $52.44 donationGiven with recognition of all the ways we are all interconnected, the ways rely on each other and need to take care of each other.
Susan Meyer gave a $26.37 donation
An anonymous donation of $26.37 has been made
Paulina Kennedy gave a $15.94 donation
Abbie Berringer gave a $15.94 donation
Thomas Urich gave a $10.73 donationDedication In Honor of: Andy PiperHappy to Help while we can. We have neighbors nearby/adjacent already receiving food from Jewish Services.