Breaking News!: We need your help with Homeward Bound 5K!

Vision of Hope is participating in a statewide initiative to help end homelessness called Homeward Bound on April 10, 2010.

Although Vision of Hope is not a homeless shelter, it is designed to help treat some of the many issues that eventually lead to homelessness like drug and alcohol abuse, eating disorders, self-harm, and unplanned pregnancies.

Please help us as we use this venue to raise funds exclusively for Vision of Hope.

During the Homeward Bound fundraiser many community agencies come together to work as a team to put on a fundraiser. Each agency recruits walkers and teams that will raise funds exclusively for them. Corporate sponsors have made it possible to not only put on this event at no cost, but also to raise significant general funds that will benefit all the participating agencies.

This year the team called “Glimmer of Hope” has been set up for anyone who would like to contribute to the fundraising efforts for Vision of Hope. If you would like to join this team please follow this link. You may either join the team and do your best to raise donations on your behalf as a walker or you may donate to one of the walkers already on this team.

There are also 11 other teams raising money exclusively for Vision of Hope. We have a combined goal of raising $25,000 for Vision of Hope. If you’d like to browse the other teams working together please click this link.

Please consider how you can be involved today! For step by step help getting signed up as a walker please email jwallace@vohlafayette.org We’d love to have you join us!!!

Jocelyn WallaceJocelyn Wallace
Jocelyn was the executive director of the Vision of Hope residential treatment center (www.vohlafayette.org) on the campus of Faith Ministries until 2013. Her experience in the biblical counseling field goes back to 2002, and includes work in parachurch organizations and Faith Biblical Counseling Ministries.
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