Support my COTS Walk!
Please help me support COTS' mission to end homelessness by making a donation to my Virtual COTS Walk. Thank you for your support and please don't forget to share this fundraiser with any friends you think might be interested in donating.
COTS is Vermont's largest provider of services for Vermonters who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless, or marginally housed. The focus at COTS is on finding solutions to END homelessness — not simply creating shelters for people who are experiencing homelessness.
This year the Virtual COTS Walk is on Sunday, May 2, 2021.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis your support is more critical than ever. Our homeless neighbors are especially vulnerable – many guests in shelter are elderly or have compromised immune systems. You cannot shelter at home when you are homeless. Even if you can self-quarantine in a shelter, you are still in very close proximity to other shelter guests, often several to a room in bunk beds.
I am proud to help and "walk" for COTS this year – as they work to provide shelter, services, and support to our most vulnerable families and individuals during this difficult crisis.
Please help support me in this important project by contributing generously. More information about COTS and the COTS Walk is available at cotsonline.org.
Thanks to the Walk sponsors, EVERY DOLLAR raised through the COTS Walk supports shelter and services for families and individuals in crisis.
Please support me in raising money for COTS! You can write a check made out to COTS, give cash, or donate through this page right now (or go to http://give.cotsonline.org/site/TR/Walk/General?px=1045319&pg=personal&fr_id=1080) ! The process is fast, easy and secure. If you would prefer, you can send your contribution to the address listed below.
Whatever you can give will help - it all adds up! I greatly appreciate your support and will keep you posted on my progress.
Thank you again for considering a gift of support!
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