Double your impact! Give now to help students through the pandemic and a donor will match your gift.
As COVID-19 spreads rapidly through the communities we serve, the best way we can help keep cases to a minimum and offer hope is by providing access to testing.
In partnership with a local healthcare group, we are able to provide COVID-19 tests for just $40 each. With your help, we plan to make 400 tests available to ensure all the young people who have ever been part of our programs are able to do their part to help contain the virus.
A donor has already stepped up to match the first 125 tests donated—a total of $5,000. Will you make a gift to help us respond with boldness today?
Because of rising COVID-19 cases in the communities we serve, we have made the difficult decision to postpone all of our summer programming in order to keep our students and their families as safe and healthy as possible.
Even though we are heartbroken to not be together at Casa Hope this summer, our commitment to our students is as strong as ever. Even in the face of disaster, we respond with excellence, action, care, and love.
So that’s what we’re doing. We’re moving forward. We’re doing whatever we can to meet our students’ needs right now—even as those needs continue to change.
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With your generous gift, you are helping us respond boldly to the worsening coronavirus crisis unfolding now in Quintana Roo. Your support will provide COVID-19 tests to our students and their families—giving them much-needed peace of mind in the midst of such an uncertain season.
Thank you for showing our students that you're with them, that you love them, and that you care for them—even though we can't be together.