Check out this month’s Mission Messenger for stats, news, and photos of the May 4 Families Moving Forward ribbon-cutting!
Did you attend the 2013 New Life Dinner and Auction? We’d love to hear what you thought!
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Mark your calendar for the 2013 New Life Dinner and Auction, which will be held at 6:30 p.m. April 19 at The Banquet Center at St. Noel. We have more than 200 packages made up of donations from more than 250 supportive donors, churches, businesses, and individuals.
Learn more or make your reservation by calling 440-354-6417 or e-mailing email@example.com.
Project Hope’s administrative offices will be closed Friday, March 29, and Monday, April 1. We will re-open at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 2!
With your support, we were able to provide shelter, care, and guidance to 396 individuals in 2012!
Project Hope’s newest program to serve guests, Families Moving Forward, opened January 7, to provide the families staying at Project Hope’s nightly emergency shelter with a safe, child-friendly site from 1 to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Learn more at Families Moving Forward’s Web site!
Project Hope for the Homeless will be celebrating 20 years serving Lake County at the annual New Life fundraising dinner and auction, which will be held at 6:30 p.m. April 19 at The Banquet Center at St. Noel.
Tickets are $40 per person or $300 for a table of 8. Call (440) 354-6417 x105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you can sponsor, donate to, or attend the event.
Looking to designate your 2012 gift to Project Hope? Check out some ideas in our 2012 Giving Catalog!
Check out this article for more on how they’re using more than 50,000 lights, an FM radio station, and their compassion to help Project Hope.
Thank you so much to the following area schools for their support of Project Hope for the Homeless!
1 – Chardon Middle School’s National Junior Honor Society sold candy and Pumpkin-grams to raise $500, which they presented to Project Hope volunteer Carol Burtnett (pictured above).
2 – Sterling Morton Elementary School in Mentor recently donated to Project Hope’s aftercare program, and is continuing their support by collecting for Project Hope’s shelter operation needs.
3 – Fairfax Elementary School in Mentor is in their second year of hosting a Boxes of Hope drive to support Project Hope needs.
4 – Our Shepherd Lutheran School in Painesville is continuing their tradition of collecting Wish List items for Project Hope.
5 – A 4-year-old preschool class at Hope Ridge United Methodist Preschool is in their third year of collecting Project Hope wish list items – and this year has expanded by also donating to Families Moving Forward.
If your school or youth are collecting for Project Hope – let us know! Email drive collection and photos to email@example.com