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Campaign Logo showing Family with Mom, Dad, and 2 little girls inside an outline of a house with the words "Save Home"

This summer, we aren't hosting a fancy gala.

Instead, you are invited to make a direct contribution to provide essentials like emergency financial assistance, clothing and household goods, furniture, and a bed to sleep on for struggling families right here in Charlotte-Mecklenburg.

Here's how you can #savehome for more hardworking families without interrupting your summer:

  • Make a gift that will help provide for the basic needs of Charlotte families
  • Celebrate saving home for thousands of our neighbors this year
  • Go on with your summer
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Catch Summer’s Cool(er) Vibes With a Playlist

A great playlist can help keep the memories going, and a playlist is another budget-friendly way to enjoy summer. The money you save can go farther in your gift to help your neighbors in Charlotte-Mecklenburg #savehome by meeting their basic needs, providing emergency financial assistance toward rent or utility bills, household goods and appliances. 

6 More Ways To Hold On To Summer

There’s still plenty summer fun that can ease you into late August and early September – without breaking the bank. Take a look at our suggestions, and then take a moment to make a gift to help save home for other families.  

Good Summer Fun to Celebrate Saving Home

With a few precious weeks of summer left, it’s time to get out there and celebrate summer with this list of inexpensive summer adventures close to home—some even in your own backyard. Bonus: since they won’t break the bank, you’ll have a little left to #savehome for more families during #CLTSavesHome, our Non-Event fundraiser, by August 31.

Campaign Logo showing Family with Mom, Dad, and 2 little girls inside an outline of a house with the words "Save Home"

Save Home for Families Like Jaida’s

Padlocked out of their home, Jaida and Brianna thought they were camping as their parents created a “bed” of blankets in the back seat of their car every night. They didn’t know people like you were willing to help families like theirs. Then someone told them about Crisis Assistance Ministry.

Haley’s New Friend

Rising fifth-grader Haley knows what she wants. Accompanied by her mother, she combs the aisles of Crisis Assistance Ministry’s Free Store looking to find just what she needs for her upcoming trip to camp.
An avid reader, Haley is among 150+ area scholars who will attend overnight camp this summer with the help of Wayfinders.