The Kruggel Lawton team of fun-loving CPAs has signed up to do something really crazy this month. We’re going Over the Edge to help end youth homelessness!
Youth served by Youth Service Bureau have had their life foundations damaged by abuse, neglect, poverty, and homelessness. Funds raised through this event help youth rebuild their foundations and provide them with tools they can use to be self-sufficient and successful.
KL is helping YSB to raise awareness about the invisible problem of youth homelessness in St. Joseph County by joining Over the Edge. During this unique event, normal local business people will show their wild and adventurous sides by rappelling down the side of a 9 story building in downtown South Bend.
Come find out which one of us is going over the edge! A representative of KL (and 60 other community leaders) will go down the side of the Robertson’s Apartment building on October 4.
“Kruggel Lawton is proud to support Youth Service Bureau and its mission to help young people in our community thrive by providing for their safety and stability,” said Partner Margene Zink, CPA, CGMA. “This fundraiser is a fun and creative way to engage the community in YSB’s mission. If you haven’t already, consider signing up to fundraise for YSB and support our youth!”
How can you help us meet our fundraising goal? We won’t ask you to rappel the building with us, but KL does need your support to get to the top and raise $1,000 or more for YSB. How can you help? Check out the event web page and DONATE!
Find our name on the leaderboard and make a 100% tax-deductible donation to YSB.
Our whole community thrives when all youth are safe, have stability, and the opportunity to reach their full potential. You can make a positive difference in the life of a young person struggling with homelessness.
Checks or money orders can also be made out to YSB and sent to 2222 Lincoln Way West, South Bend, IN 46628.
We invite you to help Kruggel Lawton support the great work YSB is doing in our community and come out to the festivities on Friday, October 4, 2019.