We’re proud to announce that the Friends of Attleboro Public Library has joined forces with other local nonprofits to form the Greater Attleboro Stronger Together Fund to support our community’s most vulnerable individuals and families through the COVID-19 crisis. This fund aims to raise $1.5 million by the end of April in an effort to provide critically needed support to organizations in our community. The Fund is well on its way toward this goal, but we need your help.
Over the past month, as the world has closed down around us, local nonprofits have sprung into action. While some have responded to our community’s needs by providing meals and food supplies, others have provided emergency cash relief, childcare for essential workers, counseling services for the isolated, unemployment assistance to those who have lost their jobs, and much more. When these organizations collaborate and bring all of their unique strengths to the table, their collective impact on the community is magnified. As this Fund intends to prove, we are all stronger together.
Starting Monday, April 20th, we’re launching a one-week community drive to support the Greater Attleboro Stronger Together Fund. We would greatly appreciate your support. 100% of your gift to the fund will help local nonprofits support individuals and families during these uncertain times and help ensure that they’re able to continue their missions after the crisis has subsided.
If you are able to give, now is the time. Your community needs you and we are stronger together. Learn more at strongertogetherattleboro.org.
Thank you for being a dedicated supporter of our Library, our Friends, our cause, and our community.