Hope House's Sixth Annual Journey of Hope Fundraiser was on March 11, 2014 from 5-9pm at Trapper's Turn in Wisconsin Dells. Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen gave a short presentation. The evening also included a live auction, silent auction, cash raffle, Hope Cards, dinner and entertainment.
Wearing jeans on Denim Day is a symbolic gesture that honors survivors of sexual assault. It sends the message that we need to support and believe them, not blame them. We need to understand what consent really is.
Please ask your employer if employees can wear jeans on April 23 in exchange for a small donation to Hope House. If you plan on participating, we'd appreciate it if you let us know at 608-356-9123.
Click on the image to the right to see a flyer for this event, or you can call us and we'll send you one. Please consider joining other churches in participating in Denim Day at Church on April 27, the Sunday after Easter. Congregants are invited to wear jeans to church for a small donation to Hope House or, for those that would rather not wear jeans, they can purchase denim bookmarks for their hymnals. Please let Hope House know if you're interested. The Delton Family Medical Center's 8th annual Healthy Family Fun Run/Walk is Saturday, May 10 and proceeds benefit Hope House. Individuals of all ages and fitness levels are invited to participate. Parents are welcome to bring small children in strollers, and dogs on leashes can accompany their owners. This event will take place rain or shine. No refunds. Registration is required. Kids' race (free) for kids 12 and under is at 9:30am. The 5K race ($15 includes T-shirt) is at 10am.
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