After 10 years of A Slice of Hope raising joy and optimism across the country, we decided that it was important to start working towards an endowment so that Slice of Hope could keep thriving and growing.
Generous supporters of Slice of Hope have offered to sell 2-family houses in Jersey City, NJ to Slice of Hope at a discounted rate of 33% below market prices.
These are 7 properties that would give A Slice of Hope instant equity while also creating monthly income for Slice of Hope that can be used to raise joy and optimism.
The houses would cost $2.1 million and have a market value of $3 million. They would also allow us to fund more projects and even ally with other non-profits in raising joy and optimism and creating an environment of caring throughout the country.
Our immediate goal is to raise $100,000 so that we can contract the houses and work towards the eventual goal of purchasing them completely. It may even be possible to eventually take out a mortgage to bring us ever closer to the goal.
While this endowment goal is ambitious and crazy, in 2007, everyone thought A Slice of Hope was ambitious and crazy. Together, we have shown that ambitious does not mean impossible. Together, we can make the endowment a reality.
Dancing for Hope
We are so excited that Cresskill Performing Arts is producing Dancing for Hope, a fundraiser for A Slice of Hope. 7 dance studios, Mook Dance Company and some special guests will be performing on April 24th, 2016
Tickets at: www.tututix.com/cresskillperformingarts
Location: Cresskill HIgh School at 3 pm.
More info: http://cresskillperformingarts.com/dancing-for-hope-festival/
PMQ Magazine and Colony Foods is pleased to announce a charitable event to be held during the 2016 New England Pizza Conference on May 10th at the Haverhill Country Club in Haverhill, MA.
A donation will be made to A Slice of Hope for every golf ball the pro hits, and a greater amount for every gold ball which lands on the green.
Please contact Linda Balles at Colony Foods for FREE TICKETS at email@example.com or 978-771-0284.