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DINING FOR A DIFFERENCE 2017

If you would like to make a donation or purchase tickets for the 19th annual Dining for a Difference, please visit https://dfad17.auction-bid.org

For more information about the 19th annual Dining for a Difference, visit http://www.familiesfirst.org/dfad/  

THANK YOU!

Thank you for your gift! A confirmation letter and/or e-mail is sent to all donors for charitable giving to Families First.

Families First is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization. Federal Tax ID: 58-1054331.

In the event that a program or service has been fully funded Families First reserves the right to designate your funds to another area of need within the organization.

If your employer has a Matching Gift program, please send Families First the completed Matching Gift form available in your company's Human Resources/Personnel department. Please make all checks payable to Families First. All gifts are tax-deductible in accordance with IRS rules and regulations. For stock donations, please use the following wiring instructions:
Wells Fargo Contact: Beth Ziegler,  404-760-7624 DTC 0141 Account # 3077-3860 

If you have any questions, please call 404-853-2800 and ask to speak with a team member in the Resource Development department.

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    • $1,000

      Will help a foster child moving to their own apartment purchase a bed, linens, and a couch.

      $500

      provides tutoring and educational support so a child in foster care can succeed academically.

    • $250

      Buys items like kitchen utensils, towels, sheets, one month supply of food, toothpaste, and much more for a mother and baby as they receive career planning and support.

    • $100

      Helps offer low-to-no cost counseling and behavioral health to residents from low income communities.

    • $50

      Helps to pay for fees when a mom is trying to go to school or needs supplies like paper and pencils so she can do her homework.

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