We are grateful to all who participated in making our Second Annual Harvest of Hope Fall Festival, a very special event. Friends and families enjoyed a day of togetherness with music, games and activities, creative art, food, raffles, and prizes.
What a hoot! Our little people gleaned wisdom from creating these adorable pine cone owls with Kimberly. Although the weather was gloomy outside, it didn't dampen the spirits of those inside, where children's happy smiles shone brightly.
We are still excepting donations, please consider helping us reach shared goals in our community. Thank you.
Duken Delpe RN is leading area youth in a community arts project. Duken works with recyclable materials during the creative process, turning trash into treasured objects of artistic beauty. Duken leads a peer to peer conversation circling around the dangers of opioid and alcohol use. Workshops are held throughout the year. Please email or call for more details.
Paint Night offers live painting events accompanied with coffee and cafe style refreshments. Events are held here, in our creative arts center. World renown local artist Duken Delpe, guides guests step-by-step as they create a personalized painting. Events typically last two hours and guests take home their artwork. Like us on Facebook.
Combining the two creates a model that truly addresses addiction as the physical, mental, and spiritual disease that it is. Join us for for a 12-step based discussion and yoga practice that is open to anyone and everyone dealing with their own addictive behavior or affected by the addictive behavior of others. This is an open and inclusive group. All are welcome.
Wear comfortable clothing. This meeting is free, funded by donations.
Friday (Weekly) 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Our new boutique is both, fun and inviting. Thank you all, for your help in creating this wonderful space in our center. We have had an outpouring of women, donating beautiful business attire. Special thanks to Macy's for donating clothing racks and boxes of hangers. Volunteers gave of their hearts, hanging up the clothing according to style and size.
The success of this program depends on you. The next time your in your closet, consider giving away any piece of clothing you haven't worn in the past year...(think of all the room you will have to hang up brand new stuff).
Applying for a job can seem like an insurmountable challenge to a woman who is new in recovery. A low self image can be turned around in an instant with the proper clothing attire to wear to an interview. When a woman has a nice outfit to wear, her self-esteem is lifted giving her the self-confidence to succeed. As part of our job preparedness initiative, we will outfit women with age appropriate business attire. Do you have gently, used business attire you wish to donate? Your donation can be the difference between a woman getting hired for that new job or not. Lets face it, first impressions do matter! Empower a woman to hold her chin up high, as she follows her dreams toward success!
Our gratitude goes to the Rockland Trust Bank, Raynham for all their help in bringing attention to our Dress to Impress initiative. Beautiful suits, shoes, and attire were collected for us.Please consider donating items and/or fund this worthy cause and empower women on the path to self-sufficiency!