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A Letter to a Younger Self: Aimee's Journey

NOTE: This message was written by Aimee (last name withheld) who came to Family Promise of Spokane at 11 years old in 2009 with her family. Now 24, married, gainfully employed and soon to start a family of her own, Aimee wrote this letter to her younger self as a reflection of her unique journey.

Because of the investment of people like you, Aimee is a thriving example of what ending homelessness looks like. Your help today supports more kids and their families, like Aimee’s, to not only exit homelessness, but to end the cycle of family homelessness for good. Please empower the next generation with your best gift today.This winter, you can ensure that families aren’t turned away into the cold. Your gift of:

  • $132 will equip a family with housing and application fees

  • $629 provides one week of shelter for a single parent with a child

  • $2,968 ends homelessness for a child

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