Emily’s Hope, a non-profit organization dedicated to combating substance use disorder and ending the overdose epidemic, celebrated a heartwarming success on Giving Tuesday, held every year on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. The organization exceeded its $10,000 goal, securing a remarkable $10,265 in generous donations from an incredible community of supporters.
The day’s highlight was a dynamic LIVE Facebook event hosted by Emily’s Hope founder Angela Kennecke. The event spotlighted the organization’s impactful initiatives, featuring touching stories of individuals whose lives have been transformed by Emily’s Hope. Angela passionately shared how the organization’s educational curriculum makes a difference in classrooms, educates youth about substance use, and conducted live interviews with beneficiaries and steadfast supporters.
“This Giving Tuesday was a tremendous success! We’re deeply moved and grateful for the outpouring of support,” said Angela Kennecke, founder of Emily’s Hope. “It’s inspiring to witness our community coming together to make a difference in the fight against substance use disorder.”
The overwhelming generosity surpassed all expectations, demonstrating the power of collective action in making a tangible difference in the lives of those affected by substance use disorder and overdose. Emily’s Hope expresses profound gratitude to everyone who contributed, supported, and participated in the event.