As with everyone else, the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically impacted the Epworth Project. To continue to provide our services to our neighbors in need – those living in long-term poverty and who are also elderly, disabled, veterans, single parents and others struggling with life – we need your help.
As a result of travel restrictions and “social distancing”, we have had all (100%) volunteer activities cancel or postpone through May 25. It is understandable and necessary in the current pandemic environment but puts incredible financial strain on our organization.
Volunteers are our lifeblood. They not only represent our workforce, but also the vast majority of our revenue through volunteer fees and donations. Without volunteers, we have no cash flow. With no income, we can’t afford to continue our ministry.
We need your support to survive the Coronavirus crisis.
Would you consider either recurrent donations or a one-time contribution to help us keep the doors open and provide the Light of Hope to hundreds of area residents in need?
We have more than 550 households on our waiting list in need of repairs to leaky roofs, moldy walls and rotted floors. The need continues regardless of Coronavirus. Will you help us continue as well?
We need your help.