Donate—Give the Gift of Individual Empowerment
Now Equashia can afford a home for herself and her children, who will be moving to Chapel Hill to live with her in 2012. She is the founding co-chair of CEF’s Alumni Association, a network of support provided for CEF program graduates by program graduates.
Now Mike works for CEF and teaches classes every Saturday morning to residents of the men’s shelter. Lessons cover job readiness, credit, budgeting, and more. Mike repeats often that his entire life has prepared him for this moment. His depth of experiences firsthand and his dedication to others has made his classes both popular and incredibly successful; 90% of his class graduates have gained employment!
Audrey has since helped CEF members connect to primary medical care. She accompanied homeless and unsheltered members to doctor’s appointments to ensure that they feel supported and encouraged throughout their visit.
Donate by Mail:
Mail checks to:
133 1/2 E. Franklin Street, Suite 105, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Please make checks payable to the Community Empowerment Fund.
Where does my donation go?
Host a Dinner Party
Give to CEF in the biggest way possible: by encouraging your friends to give. Host a gathering of your friends or colleagues for dinner, tea, dessert, caramels… anything, and invite them to come and learn more about CEF and to potentially make a donation to the organization. CEF members and volunteers will gladly attend, bring materials, and share personal experiences. We love this way of supporting CEF’s work because it is also such a great opportunity to spread awareness
This campaign is being coordinated by CEF’s Alumni Association — an organization led by CEF graduates, Equashia Mumeen and Thomas Owens. The Alumni Association and CEF volunteers will be here to support you all along the way as you plan your house party, designing invitations, preparing food, and anything we can do!
If you are interested, please contact Maggie at email@example.com