Lifeboat Alliance, a non-profit organization dedicated to fighting homelessness, is pleased to announce a generous donation from Delta Theta Tau Sorority Inc. This contribution will play a crucial role in supporting Lifeboat Alliance’s mission of providing a merry Christmas to our guests experiencing homelessness.
The donation from Delta Theta Tau Sorority Inc. will directly impact the lives of those facing homelessness during the holiday season. These funds will enable Lifeboat Alliance to expand its services and ensure a memorable and joyful Christmas for their guests in need.
Lifeboat Alliance is committed to breaking the cycle of homelessness by offering a variety of impactful programs, including emergency shelter, transitional housing and education assistance. By addressing the immediate needs of individuals experiencing homelessness and providing the necessary tools for long-term stability, Lifeboat Alliance aims to restore hope and empower individuals to regain their independence.
The financial support from Delta Theta Tau Sorority Inc. will enable Lifeboat Alliance to enhance its programs during the holiday season. With these funds, Lifeboat Alliance will be able to provide warm meals, festive celebrations, and essential supplies to individuals and families facing homelessness, ensuring they experience the joy and togetherness that the holiday season brings.
“We are incredibly grateful to Delta Theta Tau Sorority Inc. for their generous donation,” said Natalie Shook, Executive Director of Lifeboat Alliance. “This contribution will have a significant impact on the lives of those we serve during the holiday season. It is heartwarming to see our community come together to support individuals experiencing homelessness, and with this partnership, we can make a difference together.”
Lifeboat Alliance’s dedication to helping the homeless would not be possible without the support of compassionate organizations like Delta Theta Tau Sorority Inc. and the collective efforts of the community. The generosity demonstrated by Delta Theta Tau Sorority Inc. not only provides immediate relief but also opens doors for a brighter future for those who are most vulnerable.
Pictured (L to R) are Kathy Hays, Barbara Beck, Natalie Shook, Sherry Meadows and Linda Hoffman.