By Kate R. Linder, The Associated PressWhat if you could make a difference in your community?
That’s the idea behind Giving Up, a nonprofit organization that aims to make charitable giving more sustainable and affordable by providing financial aid to those who can’t afford to give.
It is not just about giving to those in need.
In some cases, the money goes to those at the end of their lines of credit, which is the person who is already in financial trouble.
That is when the money would be best spent to help those who need it most.
Giving Up has received grants of more than $3 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Federal Communications Commission and other entities.
The nonprofit also has been a leader in supporting other charities by offering financial aid through its Giving Up program, which has given more than 2.5 million dollars to more than 300 charities.
The Giving Up charity has partnered with the Unequal Justice Project, which focuses on racial justice and economic justice.
That program offers financial assistance for low-income students in need and their families.
For many people, the idea of giving is something that’s been in the back of their minds for a long time, said Julie Smith, Giving Up’s executive director.
Giving Up, which operates in more than 100 cities and towns, offers financial aid and grants to more that 100,000 families in the U!”
They want to get their hands dirty and do something that they think is really meaningful.”
Giving Up, which operates in more than 100 cities and towns, offers financial aid and grants to more that 100,000 families in the U!
and across the country.
It also provides financial aid for students and others in need through a program called the Giving Up Scholarship.
This program offers scholarships for low income students and their parents to attend private colleges, community colleges, or community colleges.
It offers loans and grants for individuals and families who have financial needs.
For more information on this program, call 616-717-1466 or visit www.givingup.org.
If you’re interested in learning more about Giving Up and its programs, please contact Jennifer M. Stiles, Executive Director at [email protected] or 616.717.1466.