The National Coalition of 100 Black Women San Francisco Chapter Joins Miracles of Faith's Jazz Benefit & Call to Action
To Help Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey Survivors
TAX I.D. 20-1573025
210 Post Street, Suite 714
October 10, 2017
Dear Community Leader,
The cameras have moved on from the survivors of Hurricane Harvey, yet the needs of so many remain. We, The National Coalition of 100 Black Women San Francisco Chapter and Miracles of Faith Community Church, ELCA of Oakland joined forces on Labor Day Weekend to launch an on-going campaign to help the survivors of Hurricane Harvey.
We are asking you to join forces too, by making a financial contribution to the campaign via The National Coalition of 100 Black Women San Francisco Chapter or by donating new or gently-used shoes or toiletries (such as those collected during hotel stays), packages of diapers, and wipes to Miracles of Faith Community Church, ELCA. As a result of contacts through the Lutheran Church, we are in touch with grassroots organizations that will give the financial contributions and in-kind donations to those in need of extra help beyond the much appreciated, but limited, American Red Cross stipends. The American Red Cross has a great challenge and we can help by being God's hands of assistance here on earth. We're asking that you join hands with us.
Your financial contribution of any amount will help make a substantial benefit to better serve others. We invite you to share the vision and make a difference with the San Francisco Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women and Miracles of Faith Community Church, ELCA of Oakland.
- Checks can be made payable to National Coalition of 100 Black Women-SF (or NCBW-SF) and mailed to our headquarters, 210 Post Street, Suite 714, San Francisco, CA 94108. Indicate Hurricane Harvey in the check's memo line.
- Online contributions can be made at www.ncbwsf.org.
- Please call Reverend Greggory Brown, Pastor of Miracles of Faith at 510 536-6700 to arrange receipt of in-kind donations.
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, San Francisco Chapter has added this Hurricane Harvey relief campaign to our other community campaigns which focus on HIV/AIDS; Breast Cancer Awareness; Education and Literacy; Projects Working Mom; Education and Leadership Development; and our "Bridging the Generations Training and Employment Program". The National Coalition of 100 Black Women San Francisco Chapter is working daily to make an educational, economic and inspirational difference in the lives of women, their families and the wider community. Thank you for strengthening our efforts.
Maxine V. Hickman, Ph. D.
Immediate Past President
Karen Gilbert, J. D., MBA,