Your June update from the Center of Hope This month, we show our gratitude for staff at the Center of Hope, learn about the new Plant Class at the Center of Hope, meet staff member Amanda Lersch, get an update on our Spring Match Campaign, and mark your calendar for HarvestFest
A budding new class Earlier this year, the Center of Hope introduced a Plant Class for the participants. This class gives the participants the opportunity to socialize with their peers, learn about plants and gardening, and most importantly they are able to sell their creations for money they get to keep!
Meet Amanda Lersch Amanda Lersch is an accounting assistant at the Center of Hope and has been on the staff almost eight years. We asked Amanda to share some of her thoughts about the Center. How long have you been at the Center? I have been at COH for almost 8
Your May update from the Center of Hope This month, learn about the new accessible garden path, meet staff member Julie Merriman, find out more about a new grant from Alpine Kiwanis Charities, and more. Hope Industry participant employees filled and packed more than 7,000 plastic eggs for Woodward's annual
Center of Hope receives $2,100 Alpine Kiwanis Charities Grant Barbara Olson Center of Hope is proud to announce it has received a $2,100 grant from Alpine Kiwanis Charities to expand its robotic animal program. These interactive animals provide a rich experience designed to bring comfort, companionship, and fun to individuals with
Center of Hope installs new garden path The Center of Hope installed a new garden path made possible by a grant from Autism Speaks. The path, constructed of crushed gravel, leads to, and around our produce garden area, making the garden more physically accessible for our participants who have limited mobility
Rock for the Center and Participant Art Show Thank you to our sponsors, donors, participants, families, staff, and guests who made it possible for us to serve the individuals at the Center of Hope in a fun and safe way at the Rock for the Center and Participant Art Show. On
Meet Julie Merriman Julie Merriman is an accounting assistant at the Center of Hope and has been on the staff almost seven years. We asked Julie to share some of her thoughts about the Center. Please describe your role at the Center. I have had a couple positions at the Center.
BARBARA OLSON CENTER OF HOPE RECEIVES ALPINE KIWANIS CHARITIES GRANT Barbara Olson Center of Hope is proud to announce it has received a $2,100 grant from Alpine Kiwanis Charities to expand its robotic animal program. The robotic animals provide a rich interactive experience designed to bring comfort, companionship, and fun to individuals with sensory
BARBARA OLSON CENTER OF HOPE RECEIVES MATCHING GRANT FROM THE COLEMAN FOUNDATION The Coleman Foundation awarded the Center of Hope $11,000 through their Threshold Matching Grants Program. The funds are to be used for general operating support. The grant matched dollars raised during the Center of Hope’s 2021 #GivingTuesday/Wish List appeal. For the last