2020 has been a new kind of challenging.
With so many people out of work and facing natural disasters, families in need are struggling now more than ever to find food and other basic essentials. And global food shortages are expected to continue into 2021.
But today you can do something to help. Your final tax-deductible gift of 2020 will provide food, disaster relief, medical care, Bibles for persecuted Christians, and other help where it’s needed most. Plus, every dollar you give will DOUBLE thanks to a $250,000 matching gift.
That means your donation will help rescue 2X as many people around the world! Just make sure you give before midnight EST tomorrow.
As difficult as 2020 was, the U.N. is expecting 2021 to be even harder for many families already struggling to survive.
Experts project that as many as 235 million people will need food and other humanitarian aid next year — a 40 percent increase from 2020! They are predicting “famines of biblical proportions.”
In places like Guatemala, families are battling more than just the ongoing pandemic. Recent droughts dried up the soil, so when Hurricanes Eta and Iota crashed through Central America last month, the water couldn’t be absorbed. Villages flooded. Homes washed away. And entire farms are now submerged beneath layers of mud and debris.
These people are already struggling. They can’t handle anymore food shortages.
That’s why they desperately need your gift.
Since your tax-deductible gift DOUBLES, you’ll provide 2X as much food and other critical aid for people who need it most in 2021. You will give them hope for the new year!
But the clock is ticking. The deadline to have your gift matched is TOMORROW night.
Please give your best gift now.
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