Please help Rhodes meet his goal in support of the Greensboro Community Relief Fund. 

We are very close!
Rhodes Boester, an 8th grade summer resident, has teamed with a generous anonymous donor who has offered to match gifts to the Greensboro Community Relief Fund to a sum of $10,000, through July 31.  We are three quarters to goal.  Monthly distributions are being made from the Fund to organizations best positioned to meet emergency needs.  We are resolved to provide critical support through the year.  If you are considering a gift at this time, your gift will be put to good use, with our thanks.
Let Rhodes explain in his own words –

Hello,

My name is Rhodes Boester, and I am in eighth grade. I live in Rye, NY with my parents and two brothers. During my time at home during this pandemic, I began to think of ways to help people in the Greensboro Community impacted by the Covid-19 epidemic. I spent some time looking at organizations that help those hit hard during these times. One group and cause stood out to me: The Greensboro Association Community Relief Fund. I chose it for many reasons. First, I have spent a lot of time in Greensboro throughout my life, and know how special the community really is. Secondly, it is a small organization, and is likely to not have the resources to help people as large charitable organizations have. There are many small businesses and people who are struggling to make ends meet, and this group is helping them. Please consider a donation, however big or small, to this organization. There are two ways to donate: Either send a check to Greensboro Association, Community Relief Fund, PO Box 59, Greensboro VT. 05841, or visit their website (https://www.greensboroassociation.org/covid/). An anonymous donor will match all donations, up to a sum of $10,000. When donating, mention my name to have your donation matched. 

Thank you,

Rhodes Boester

You can find out more about the Greensboro Association Community Relief fund at this link.   The GA Covid-19 Community Relief Fund.  
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