Cloe Rose Beck

Cloe Rose Beck (1.18.95 – 7.3.17)
During her short life, Cloe was passionate about many causes. In her memory, you can choose to donate to one, or many, of the causes she supported.
Or, if you choose, select a different charity that is important to you, and honor Cloe in your own way.

Where to Donate

Below are just a few of the causes that were important to Cloe. One, many, all… one of your own. It doesn’t even matter how much… just honor her memory. Click on the images below to learn more about these causes and what your support means to them.

Cloe and Andy's beloved cat, Dean Castiel, came to them via the Marshall Animal Shelter. The shelter can always use blankets, towels and washcloths. They try to provide every dog with a blanket to lay on so they don't have to lay on the cold concrete. Also needed are puppy/kitten food, dog/cat food, cat litter, dog chews and paper towels. Monetary donations can be made by clicking the image above.
While Cloe died due to natural causes, she was an avid supporter of Project Semicolon. Celebrate a loved one, mark a special occasion, or simply remind someone they are on your mind with a special gift to Project Semicolon. You can also choose to make tribute gifts by collecting donations for a celebration, like a wedding, or in remembrance of a special person. How to donate in honor of someone: Check “This is in honor of someone” on the donate page, located under the donor information. You will be prompted to fill in the name of the person you are honoring. You can also add contact information and a personal note, so that Project Semicolon may notify this person of your special gift. The donation amount will not be specified in the note to your honoree unless you instruct us otherwise. As with any donation, you will receive an email confirmation of your gift. This email serves as your donation receipt. You can print or save the email as proof of receipt for tax purposes. You will also receive a physical (paper) acknowledgment of your gift through the mail.
People across the country are coming together to stand up for what they believe is right. Take your stand. You can honor the memory of someone you care for with a gift to the ACLU. You’ll be supporting freedom and justice in their name. The ACLU is gearing up to fight back if the Trump administration enacts any unconstitutional proposals that violate people’s rights. Your donation will make a real difference in the fight to protect our most cherished liberties.
Since 1937, the National Guild has been committed to keeping arts education alive in our communities. The pursuit of this mission would not have been possible without the vital support of foundations, corporations, and individuals across the country. Your support helps hundreds of nonprofit organizations nationwide provide high-quality instruction in and through the arts to people of all ages, aptitudes, backgrounds and financial circumstances. Each year, Guild members serve millions of students, many of whom would not otherwise have access to arts education. As the sole national service organization for the field, the Guild fosters the creation and development of nonprofit community arts education organizations by providing research and information resources, professional development and networking opportunities, advocacy, funding, and leadership. Want to help make quality arts education accessibile to all? Give to the Guild!
With love. Dad

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