National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

This is a cut and paste from info passed around on one of my homeschool lists:

Will you help us get the word out? November 11-16 is
National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week and
we’re planning several activities to highlight our
clients and their needs. Please share the following
information with all of your friends and contacts.
Please feel free to forward this e-mail directly.

National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week

November 11-16
Everyone is invited to join the Hope Center and the
UPS Stores throughout Lexington and Winchester to
deliver Hope in a Bag to the homeless citizens in our
community. It’s easy to participate:
Fill a bag with personal items for a man or woman and
include a personal note of encouragement. Label
whether the bag is for a male or female. Bring the bag
to any Lexington or Winchester UPS store and your bag
will be delivered to a homeless person in the
community. Suggested personal needs items include
travel-size toiletries and cold weather wear (soap,
shampoo, deodorant, disposable razors,
toothpaste/toothbrush, lotion, white socks, winter
hats, gloves and chapstick). This is a perfect project
for a school group, church group, civic organization
or family.

Tuesday, November 13
The Hope Center has partnered with Max & Erma’s
Restaurant to hold a fundraiser event on November 13
at their Hamburg location. Twenty percent of the sales
from any customer who purchases a meal at Max & Erma’s
at any time during that day, and presents a Hope
Center Fundraiser coupon, will go directly to the Hope
Center . Please plan to enjoy a meal at Max & Erma’s
in Hamburg on November 13, and benefit the Hope Center
at the same time! The coupon is attached. Please
forward it to all of your friends and contacts. You
can also download the coupon from or
call 252-7881, ext. 3008.

Thursday, November 15
We’re inviting the community to come for a tour at the
Hope Center at 360 W. Loudon Avenue in Lexington .
Tours will be held at 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m. We’ll
show all aspects of the facility and how it runs.
We’ll also provide highlights on the Hope Center ’s
Recovery Program for Women and the new George Privett
Recovery Center for Men which is currently under

Friday, November 16
Asbury College is hosting a very special event to
benefit the Hope Center . The evening will include
dinner, a speaker, and a silent auction all held at
the R.J. Corman Hanger. Dinner is being donated by
Abuelo’s Restaurant. The speaker will be legendary
jockey, Chris McCarron. Tickets are limited, and are
$30 each or four for $100. Please reserve yours today
by calling Kim Livesay at 859.252.7881, ext. 3008 or

Thank you so much!!!
Kim Livesay
Associate Director of Development
Hope Center
P.O. Box 6
Lexington, KY 40588
Phone: 859.252.7881, x3008
Cell: 859.230.1205