ASP volunteers installing new flooring

COVID-19 RESPONSE

$250,000 MATCHING GIFT CHALLENGE

 

Thank you for generously giving during this unprecedented time. Families in Central Appalachia still need our assistance — perhaps now more than ever. Even though we’ve suspended our volunteer program until August, your gift today will ensure that ASP is able to continue serving families in need of home repair or replacement during the summer of 2020, utilizing essential staff and contractors.

 

With the power of this community, and its radical hope and faith, we will make it through this challenging period. Your support to help us meet this $250,000 match is urgent and critical! Thank you.

Our Funds:

 

COVID-19 Response | $250k matching gift challenge

Make a gift today so that we may continue to serve families in need of warmer, safer and drier homes.

 

Warmer. Safer. Drier.® Fund (Annual Fund)

Put your funds to work where they are needed most — helping make homes warmer, safer & drier year-round

 

Cup of Cold Water Fund

Underwrite vital installations & upgrades to plumbing & electrical service

 

The Front Porch Fund

Support capital improvement projects

 

Endowment Fund

Ensure ongoing financial support for ASP’s future—designated to your fund of choice (Warmer. Safer. Drier.® Fund, Cup of Cold Water, etc.)

 

Carolynn Bailey Scholarship Fund

Make the ASP experience accessible for all volunteers, including youth from our service area

 

Atkinson Vehicle Fund

Provide for the maintenance & purchase of safe ASP program vehicles

 

Rebuilding Rainelle Fund (WV flood disaster recovery)

ASP’s long-term recovery effort to help rebuild the community of Rainelle, West Virginia, after the deadly flooding of June 2016

 

New Homes, New Hope Fund

Help provide a new home to a family

*If gifts directed to specific programs exceed the need, Appalachia Service Project will use allocated funds where needed most.

Thank you for your donation!

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