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Please support Big Shoulders Fund

Here is an awesome letter that I received from John Moran at Big Shoulders Fund this morning.  They are doing incredible things for the children in the neediest areas of Chicago.  They deserve your support too!

-Bob

 


Robert,

 

I wanted to thank you on behalf of the Big Shoulders Fund for ETRN’s continued support of our mission to help inner-city families have a great educational alternative for their children via Chicago’s Catholic schools.  While the real action happens at the schools and with families, the ability for the Big Shoulders Fund to conduct business via the e-mail services you so generously provide us is a big deal in our fundraising and program efforts.

 

If you’d like to put a face and an impact on the impact of what you do for us, let me suggest that 5-10 minutes of your time spent at http://academystbenedict.org/ would be good.  There are two short videos there – one is a Big Shoulders video that describes the tangible impact of the schools and programs we support, while the other is a video that we helped to produce for the purpose of recruiting and that would put a face on our mission.  Beyond simply thanking you (via your own e-mail services!), introducing you to our mission this way might be the best thanks we can provide.

 

Thank you again!

 

 

 

John Moran
Patrons Program Director
Big Shoulders Fund
212 W. Van Buren
Chicago, IL  60607
312-751-3897
312-751-5235 (fax)


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