Homeless to Hopeful Event

I would like to start this post off by saying that I absolutely love the name of this event. If we ever expect to help people overcome hardships, not only do we have to provide a helping hand but we absolutely have to establish a system that will assist them in reclaiming independence and building a new life.

This off-season we were fortunate enough to be able to do a little volunteer work at the Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky. I was more than impressed with the dedication of the staff, the way the shelter is run as well as what it offers residents. While we sadly wont be able to attend this event as we will still be in Arizona for spring training, I am asking you guys to check it out, spread the word, attend if it strikes a chord in your heart or even make a donation if you would like to.

Homeless to Hopeful is an event to raise awareness about homelessness and it is taking place on Friday, February 28th from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Notre Dame Academy Theater.

Following is the official press release for the 2nd Annual Homeless to Hopeful Event:

 This winter has proven to be a challenge for all of us, but especially for those who are homeless.  The Emergency Shelter of NKY has sheltered already this winter close to 400 adults and Family Promise of NKY that sheltered family was full every night.  Local statistics within the Emergency Shelter of Northern Kentucky, indicate an overall 18% increase in homelessness.  ESNKY is also searching for a new home to ensure that we continue have the one and only cold weather shelter in our region. 

 The 2nd annual Homeless to Hopeful event will raise awareness of homelessness in our own NKY community.  Videos with real testimony as well as live speakers will be a part of the event.  Jessica Noll, from WPCO will act as emcee.  The event will also feature basket raffles and a silent auction to raise funds for both Family Promise and the Emergency Shelter of NKY.  Mat Latos has provided a signed jersey and baseball.  Wine baskets, round trip airline tickets and other themed baskets will be available.

  Tickets:  $15.00 for adults    $5.00 for students (college/high school/grade school)

 To purchase tickets:  Call Janet at Family Promise 859-431-6840

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Thank you for taking the time to read about a cause that is very important to us! A little bird told me that you might find some items autographed by Mat in the silent auction…

5 Comments

Hi this is lisas brother joey. Sorry to come out like this but was hoping youll can help me.I don’t want money but im in very bad need of dental n medical problems. Is there any way u can help me. Im working but only make enough to pay rent n eat. My van broke down n am border line homeless. Just wondering if u can help me im sick with absess n got antibiotics from hospital. Hope we can communicate something. Ok thank you. Hope to hear from youll. Joe

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