Clifford's Gift/Kristine Lilly help the homeless

$20,500 $19,500
Raised Remaining
May 7, 2010

Update on Who gives? Racing for a Cause Fundraiser

Kristine Lilly Believes in Helping the Homeless has raised over $30,000 to directly assist individuals In Chester County Pennsylvania. The Who Gives? Racing for a Cause Fundraiser that concluded 3 months ago was a humbling adventure and one that will benefit so many people. We have been able to provide life-sustaining medication to over 800 individuals with chronic illnesses, after-school tutoring for at-risk children, food and resources to a newly renovated homless shelter. We have effectively changed the lives of thousands of people, including children, in such a positive and life affirming manner. With your help we will continue to support individuals that are homeless or on the verge of homelessness. Thank you for your donations and consideration of this worthy cause. I know that in deciding to help those in need you are making a hard-earned sacrifice with your donation. All money donated is greatly appreciated and goes directly to those who need hope and help the most - the homeless...Many blessing to you and your families!!!!!


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Project Leader

Elizabeth DeRosa

Exton, PA United States

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