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Holly Geraci and her husband, Peter Francis Geraci, completed their fifth consecutive successful Help Holly Help Grant Challenge. Bremen Youth Services, in the Bremen Township, raised more than ten-thousand dollars during the grant challenge period. The challenge ran from June 1 – July 15.
Bremen Youth Services is a nonprofit providing mental health, substance abuse, and prevention services. It is their overall goal to enhance the quality of life for individuals and families. According to Bremen Youth Services site,http://www.bremenyouthservices.org/, their belief is that all people are valuable and unique and should be treated with dignity and respect. While recognizing the potential for change, an assessment of the client’s emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual needs is provided in a caring environment. The growth of the individual is promoted through a course of treatment developed and executed in a timely and cost effective ma er. The money raised during the Help Holly Help grant challenge will be used to help further Bremen Youth Service’s mission, providing quality care to youths in need.
To date, HelpHollyHelp.com has completed six challenges, resulting in over $190,000 raised. Holly Geraci and Peter Francis Geraci’s challenges appear to invigorate donors to either give more or contribute sooner. The challenges are designed to raise awareness and promote giving. During grant challenges, the Geracis’ match all donations up to ten-thousand dollars. Since starting the challenges, donations have come in all shapes and sizes. In fact, some folks only donate ten dollars. Regardless of the amount, Peter Francis Geraci and his wife, Holly Geraci, will match each dollar.
With five consecutive challenges raising more than the grant challenge maximum, Help Holly Help is looking forward to a sixth consecutive successful challenge soon. To learn more about Help Holly Help and the nonprofit organizations Holly Geraci supports, visit www.helphollyhelp.com. The site lists various nonprofits, their missions and allows you to mark contributions in support of the nonprofit’s mission.