Celebration of Hope – United for Change

Celebration of Hope – United for Change

Celebration of Hope – United for Change

 Wednesday, September 14, 2022

The Celebration of Hope, United for Change, will take place on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at 6:00pm at Providence G in Providence, RI.  This festive fundraiser will honor the historical and present-day successes and people of the organization as it continues its mission to affirm safe, stable housing as a basic human right. Funds raised help us to address the trauma of homelessness by empowering constituents, delivering high impact innovation services, diversifying housing options, and advocating for policies to counter structural inequalities.

The night will begin with an exclusive pre-event reception at 5:00pm that will delight VIP guests with hors d’oeuvres and cocktails on the rooftop of Providence G.

At the Celebration immediately following, guests will enjoy an evening of delicious cuisine and camaraderie paired with 1 hour of complimentary beer and wine donated by Thorpe’s Wine & Spirits.

Four awards will be presented to the following recipients for their outstanding support:

  • Harry Angevine & Marathon Construction – Building Hope Award
  • Michelle Brophy, RI Department of Behavioral Health – Partnership in Hope Award
  • Andrea Smith & Help the Homeless RI – Heart of Hope Award
  • TMF of Shamrock Home Loans – Community of Hope Award

The main event celebration will include a can’t miss performance by local storytelling legend, Len Cabral.

 The Celebration of Hope will help raise necessary funds as House of Hope CDC brings its effective, life changing programs to those experiencing homelessness in Rhode Island.

For those attending the Celebration of Hope – We will follow local Department of Health guidance which recommends but does not require the wearing of masks indoors. Those with preexisting conditions or those that are unvaccinated may consider wearing a mask and we will provide surgical masks at registration for anyone that chooses to wear one. But they will not be required.

We will also continue to monitor local guidance and update accordingly.

For more information, please contact Melissa Behm at [email protected] or 401-463-3324 x234.

 

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