#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving following the popular shopping events
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Sharon Walsh: Sharon Walsh has lived in Maryland since she was 6
#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving following the popular shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
November 28th marks the holiday Giving Tuesday and kicks off the charitable giving holiday season. We ask that you think of your neighbors in need and donate to Rebuilding Together Howard County this Giving Tuesday.
Rebuilding Together Howard County is part of a national network of more than 140 affiliates around the country committed to providing a safe and healthy home for all of our neighbors. Over the past 30 years, the Rebuilding Together network has worked with nearly 4 million volunteers to repair almost 200,000 homes and community spaces, impacting nearly 6 million people. Help us do more in our community!
While we have accomplished so much, the need is great. More than 2.9 million of our neighbors are living in inadequate housing. Swelling home maintenance costs are driving residents and families away from communities where they have lived for generations. Rapidly aging housing stock is ill-equipped to accommodate the needs of an aging population.
Veterans are returning home from decade-long conflicts, many with service-connected disabilities, to a severe lack of affordable housing that can accommodate their needs. Children growing up in low-income communities are living in antiquated housing, being exposed to dangerous toxins that adversely affect their health and educational attainment over the course of their lifetimes.
We rarely hear the stories of our neighbors in need and they are too quickly forgotten. Your support will help us strengthen our community, by helping our neighbors.
Support RTHC on Tuesday, November 28 by donating online. With your help we can strengthen Howard County!