We all want to live near those we love most. Unfortunately, for some parents, concerns for their child’s wellbeing outweigh this need. Carlie, for example, has been separated from her Southern Indiana home – and her beloved mom and dad – by hundreds of miles for ten years because she needs specialized care.
Rauch is within reach of providing a solution to people like Carlie and her parents. Our Hope at Hawthorn Glen campaign will construct the next four houses at our housing development for adults with developmental disabilities, including a specialized residence for people like Carlie who have a diagnosis of Prader-Willi Syndrome. We have already accomplished much in relation to this effort, as we have now received $1,065,055 in funding, including a $500,000 matching grant from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis and a $450,000 grant from the Ogle Foundation.
Now, we need your help. The additional $35,945 Rauch needs to complete the project must be secured by June 15, 2014, in order to provide the required matching funds for the $500,000 award from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis. Rauch is able to accept pledges of up to two years to meet this match. Just think – for every $1 you donate to this project, you help Rauch receive $6.50 from the Federal Home Loan Bank.
For more information, we have created a flyer and webpage with more information about the project. For over 60 years, supporters like you have helped Rauch further its mission to create a community where everyone belongs. We look forward to the success we will achieve together as we make this incredible opportunity a reality. Thank you for considering a gift of support toward this important project.
Bettye Dunham Fred Jackson Jill Jackson
Rauch, CEO Carlie's Dad Carlie's Mom