What You Did Last Year Through Be Rich

Be Rich 2018 Results

Cherokee County Schools

Your donations went to provide housing, medical costs, transportation, utilities, and after-school activities for students from low-income families throughout the county.

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Forever Fed

Your donations went to Forever Fed to purchase a mobile classroom that provides Bible studies, computer classes, and literacy programs for children of all ages who don’t have reliable transportation. 

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Goshen Valley

Your donations went to Goshen Valley to fund two counseling positions for a year as well as provide safety care training for staff members. 

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HopeQuest

Your donations went to HopeQuest to cover the cost of an accredidation that will make HopeQuest more accessible to a larger population and provided an outside contractor for six months to do technology support.

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The HOPE Center

Your donations went to the HOPE Center to expand the services it provides the expectant mothers and families that come through their doors. While a volunteer registered nurse has accomplished some of their aims, this gift allows them to hire a nurse part-time for one year to walk alongside mothers with more attention and care.

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MUST Ministries Project 1

Your donations went to MUST Ministries to fund their Canton program, rent and utility assistance, case management, and employment services. The lack of affordable housing in Cherokee County is a crippling problem for low-income families. When the majority of a family's income goes to cover rent, something as simple as a medical bill or car repair can mean that they are quickly facing eviction and homelessness. MUST gives them wrap-around support to help them back to stability. 

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MUST Ministries Project 2

Your donations went to MUST Ministries to help them build a new thrift store and homeless shelter as well as expand the school food pantry at Hasty Elementary in Cherokee County. Food pantries in public schools help address food insecurity and the overall health and well-being of at-risk students and their families.

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