Asset Living Raises $75K to Fight Youth Homelessness




November 24, 2021

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Asset Living is proud to have raised nearly $75,000 for Covenant House’s 10th Annual Sleep Out. All funds raised were applied directly in support of youth homelessness and will be put towards providing shelter and other essential services to help homeless youth with building an independent future.

“There were many ways to get involved with Covenant House's Sleep Out. Employees were encouraged to create fundraisers, give up their beds, or simply spread the word among family and friends. Collectively, we almost tripled our initial goal of $25,000 and raised nearly $75,000. This is just the beginning; I can't wait to see the impact we make at next year's Sleep Out," said Ryan McGrath, CEO and President of Asset Living.

From families creating better lives to communities and coalitions promoting the greater good, Asset Living supports all kinds of efforts to build a brighter future. Therefore, when Asset Living decided to partner with Covenant House, it was their shared mission and belief that everyone deserves a place to call home that made the partnership one that Asset Living could identify with and authentically support.

“At Asset Living, we’re dedicated to doing good while doing well. We’re constantly looking for ways to serve the communities in which we work and live. Covenant House – a global non-profit that provides care to homeless youth – recently hosted its 10th annual Sleep Out on November 18th, and the Asset team jumped at the opportunity to support the cause,” said Ryan McGrath, CEO and President of Asset Living.  “With a shared mission that everyone deserves a place to call home, the Sleep Out felt like the perfect place for us to roll up our sleeves and help out. I'm thrilled about our continued partnership with Covenant House.”

Read more about Asset Living’s partnership with Covenant House on our blog and to learn about the impact Asset Living is having on local communities across the nation, visit our impact page.

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