The Rural Hall Chapter of the National Women of Achievement Inc. doubled the value of their support for children and women who benefit from the programs at Family Services.

“Anything we can do to improve the well-being of others is vitally important to us,” said LaVerne Gaither, who was joined by Jannette Diane Bell Piggott, Mildred Griffin, and Gwendolyn Thompson. The Chapter strives to help youth and collegiate achievers and to improve the status of children and women in order to help them become the best they can be.

The women visited Family Services’ main offices to deliver a financial contribution toward the Matching Gift Challenge. Throughout the year, the women’s group raises funds that are distributed to several projects, including youth scholarships.

“We are so grateful to the Rural Hall Chapter for making Double the Difference in our communit,” said Michelle Speas, chief development officer at Family Services, who received their gift on Friday, June 3, 2016. “We are encouraging as many groups and individuals as possible to double the difference they can make on behalf of women and children in Forsyth County through the month of June:

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