EVENT DATE: Oct 11, 2014
Single parents face overwhelming barriers to overcome poverty and become self-sufficient. With the economy being what it is, a college education is crucial and almost required for the low-income single parent family to succeed.
Proceeds from this event will benefit H.O.P.E, Inc. (Helping Other People be Empowered) which is a tax-exempt 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving single parents and their families working to obtain a college degree and break the cycle of poverty. For more information about our cause, please visit our website: www.hopbe.org
Where does the money go?
$20- Provides financial literacy courses for single parents working to break the cycle of poverty in their lives.
$50- Provides a safe environment for low-income children whose parents can’t an afterschool program.
$75- Allows individual counseling services for our single parents in need of emotional support.
$100- Ensures a quality education for a low-income child whose parents can’t afford childcare.
$200- Helps provide shelter to a single parent family struggling to keep a roof over their heads.
$250- Provides group counseling for 10 or more single parents overcoming the adversities of life.
$300- Increases our single parent’s chances to graduate by providing childcare to 3 or more families.
$400- Keeps single parent families from becoming homeless by covering one month of rent.