Woods' monthly gift is a family effort
“This is a difficult time for all Lakesiders; there is so much uncertainty. The one thing I want to be able to count on is Lakeside,” said Jenny Wood, a fourth generation Lakesider.

Jenny and her husband, Greg, decided monthly giving was an opportunity to teach their children about the importance of giving. Their children, Kylie (age 14) and JD (age 16), do chores each week to support the family’s monthly gift to Lakeside. 

“I want to make sure Lakeside is maintained and supported so that my children can continue the tradition and someday bring their children to Lakeside,” said Jenny. “I also want Kylie and JD to develop an understanding of the importance of giving their time and talent to support the organizations and communities that matter to them.”

Will you join the Wood family in rising to the challenge and committing a monthly gift to the Lakeside Annual Fund?
Come together in support of Lakeside
What better way to begin the month than by joining together to support our special community? Today is June 1, and more than 40 donors will give their monthly gift in support of the Lakeside Annual Fund.

During these uncertain times, we need the serenity, camaraderie and joy of Lakeside. And, now more than ever, Lakeside needs the support, dedication and generosity from Lakesiders.
We understand that COVID-19 has significantly impacted all aspects of life, personally, financially and emotionally. However, Lakeside is challenging 200 friends and families to support the Annual Fund by committing a monthly gift.

We hope that if you are willing and able, you will consider committing a monthly gift to the Lakeside Annual Fund. You can also give a one-time gift today .
For more ways to give to Lakeside, visit our  How to Give page. You'll find information about donating online , mailing a check, giving a donation over the phone, using an employer's matching gift program or giving in honor or memory of a loved one.
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