Partners in Hope are mission aligned people who share our mission and organizations who share in serving and supporting our target population.
The families of the children w receive “Rooms of Hope” have overcome extreme obstacles like generational poverty, homelessness, job loss, house fires, death of loved ones and so much more. By building a network of Partners in Hope, we have a wonderful support system of volunteers, in kind sponsors, donors, and direct access to the families we aim to support.
Let’s welcome our very first Partner In Hope, The Dorothy Day House of Memphis! The Dorothy Day House keeps homeless families together, creating a safe haven and a community for entire families. The home-like atmosphere provides a sense of security, especially for the children, fosters self-esteem and uplifts the human spirit. It creates one of the most vital ingredients for escaping poverty—hope.
The 29:11 Project is dedicated to advancing its mission of #MakeRoomForHope in every place we touch. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our valued Partners in Hope for their active involvement in our inaugural community-building endeavor, Hope Fest.
A special acknowledgment is due to our inaugural Hope Fest Host, Velo Shelby Farms Apartments. In collaboration with businesses situated in close proximity to the community, we harnessed community resources to unite residents, encouraging them to meet their neighbors and local businesses. Our primary objectives included raising both awareness and funds for The 29:11 Project while fostering a deep sense of connection and community spirit.
In a world grappling with the widespread issue of loneliness and isolation, there is no more impactful response than cultivating hope within the heart of one's own community.
Whether you are an individual or a part of an organization, we are always looking for more Partners in Hope.
There are opportunities to volunteer, fundraise, or collaborate.
Contact us so we can discuss collaboration opportunities.
Follow us on our journey to Make Room For Hope!
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