Be a Part Of Mom’s House ‘Night of Hope’ Celebration
Mom's House has been making a difference in people's lives since the '80s by helping single parents get back on their feet. They are throwing a party and since it's 2020, it'll look a little different this year.
Mom's House is a non-profit state-licensed facility that has a free childcare center for the children of low-income single parents who are enrolled in school full time. They continue to provide hope and support to those who want the best for themselves and their kids.
It's their "Night of Hope" on Thursday, November 5th from 4 to 8 p.m. at Traditions at the Glen. This event celebrates 32 years of helping low-income, single parents complete their education. It's an evening to highlight their success and honor individuals in our community that have made a difference in the lives of those Mom's House serves.
This year, the evening will include curbside pick-up dinner, wine pull, on-line silent auction, lived streamed speakers, and more. Mom's House is located at 770 Harry L. Drive in Johnson City and you can find out more about them here.
It may be a little different this year because of the coronavirus pandemic but that is no reason not to celebrate a night of hope. For tickets, you can register online here or call Mom's House at (607) 644-9972. Don't delay, the deadline to register is October 23rd.