PACEM in Running to Win Chase Community Giving Competition Grant
People and Congregations Engaged in Ministry (PACEM) is in the running to win a grant through the Chase Community Giving competition on Facebook.
The nonprofit that runs an emergency homeless shelter in Charlottesville could have a chance at bringing in $10,000 to $250,000.
PACEM guest advocate Sena Magill says it will use these funds to find people permanent homes.
"Assisting people in our local population off the streets and permanently into housing; and working with multiple other agencies as a community to house, not just shelter," she stated.
Chase Community Giving was introduced in 2009 as a new way to give back. It's a program that lets fans of Chase Community Giving, and now Chase customers, vote via Facebook to help determine where Chase donates millions of dollars. In total, millions of people have helped them donate over $20 million to over 500 recipient charities in 41 states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico.
If you would like to help PACEM's effort to end homelessness in Charlottesville - you have until September 19. Click here to vote for PACEM.
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