i know everything is terrible right now. i know it's an intense time to think about giving money to an organization - even one as good as covenant house - when many of us don't know where our next paycheck will come from. but every penny* matters and this does feel like the moment to dig dig dig and hold up the folks who need it most right now. i don't think there's ever been a more urgent moment to support the extraordinary young people who come through the doors of covenant house.
the future CAN actually look bright.
please be well + please wear a mask.
(*seriously. a dollar. whatever you've got. you're probably not getting many takeaway coffees this month, so what might that add up to?)
Sam is a director and choreographer and is honored to be fundraising for Covenant House for the fifth year. He first intersected with Covenant House while working on Elizabeth Swados' Runaways in 2016 and dedicates all of his advocacy to the memory of Liz, who was relentless in her pursuit of lifting up stories that most needed to be heard and supporting young people with big big heart and imagination.