END OF YEAR GIVING: FINISH STRONG
MADE IN THE STREETS is happy to be celebrating 25 years of exciting ministry! Although 2020 has been filled with canceled events and changing plans, our mission to love and serve street kids remains constant. And the need for support is greater than ever.
This Giving Season, will you consider making a pledge or donation before the end of the year to invest in the future of street kids?
In a matter of minutes, you can give a secure donation online and make an immediate impact. You may also choose to give your gift in honor or memory of someone, and your loved one will be thrilled to know that their impact on you prompted you to be generous toward street children in Kenya.
Monthly Partners are the Champions of MITS who go above and beyond to considerably impact the monthly operating expenses of loving and serving former street kids who are enrolled in the MADE IN THE STREETS boarding school program. Monthly Partners can choose a monthly donation level that helps to cover the ongoing costs of food, housing, education, and mentorship, and more for each of the students seeking to change their life in the MITS program. MITS Partners are paired with a current student and agree to donate monthly at one or more of four different levels ($25, $50, $75, $150). Some partners even choose to cover the entire monthly expenses for one student ($400). In addition to the essential financial support, MITS Partners also send and receive letters and updates from the MITS students, along with special news and fun surprises.
Prefer to send a check in the mail? That's great!
Make checks payable to MADE IN THE STREETS and mail to the following address:
MADE IN THE STREETS
409 Franklin Rd
Brentwood, TN 37027
The CARES Act
The inclusion of an expanded charitable giving incentive is a critical acknowledgement by Congress that the work of nonprofits like MADE IN THE STREETS is essential and important. Indeed, now more than ever street children in Kenya (and all over the World) are facing food shortages; a severe lack of medical attention; and continued fears about COVID-19. They need your love and care more than ever. It is also the first time in history that Congress has passed this type of giving incentive in response to a disaster or national emergency.
Anyway you give, it matters to street kids; thank you for for generosity!
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