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Invest in Their Future This Giving Tuesday

November 29th, 2016     By Father Steven Boes, Boys Town National Executive Director

education, Healing Families

​Imagine growing up with absent parents, surrounded by gang violence and rampant drug activity. Imagine having to steal food just to survive day to day. Today is your chance to give these children hope by donating on Giving Tuesday.

Boys Town works with the kids who have slipped through society’s cracks. Just like all children, they have potential – they just need hope and someone to believe in them. Boys Town provides both to thousands of at-risk children each year. Make your decision to invest in their future today, Nov. 29, for Giving Tuesday.

For nearly a century, Boys Town has helped save children and heal families at the brink of tragedy by giving them the support they need to turn their lives around. Your donation helps make this possible.

Thank you for your consideration and support this Giving Tuesday.

 

 

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