$1500 Provides day time care and academic support for a child of an essential worker!
Provide Hot Meals to Hungry Kids
$900 Provides a hot meal to a hungry child every day of the week. You can help to bring to pass the day when no kid in Gary, Indiana goes to bed hungry.
Support After School Programs
$500 Provides 36 weeks of live and virtual after school enrichment for kids struggling academically!
Build Organizational Capacity
Your gift of any size helps City Life City to adapt to a rapidly changing world to ensure we are able to continue to help families in Gary thrive.
Become an ambassador of hope! Give Today!
Now, more than ever, families need the support of a caring community. In uncertain times, they need the assurance that there as those that understand, are concerned about their plight and are standing in the gap for them. Here is an update about what our donors have made possible through their support of City Life Center and how you can make a great impact in the lives of families at their greatest time of need.
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