H.O.P.E raises funds for 66,000 healthy meals for kids

H.O.P.E raises funds for 66,000 healthy meals for kids
December 08
01:30 2016


H.O.P.E held its first annual Red Apple Harvest for HOPE fundraising dinner, raising proceeds to supply over 66,000 healthy meals to children in Winston-Salem. The farm-to-table dinner party featured a live bluegrass band and local cuisine.

The event was attended by more than 225 community leaders and hunger-fighting champions. Key supporters made the event possible, by contributing their time, plus significant monetary and in-kind donations. The proceeds raised will go toward food for local children.

“We are truly humbled by the support H.O.P.E. of Winston-Salem receives on a daily basis, but this event gave us even more reason to celebrate the impact we can make in the lives of hungry children in our community, when we all work together,” said Marty Tennille, H.O.P.E. co-founder. “The compassion of our sponsors and supporters and the contributions we have collected through this event alone will enable us to provide 66,000 healthy meals for children in Forsyth County.  That leaves us speechless.”

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