Our Elf on the shelves name is Dottie. The kids love her and can’t wait to see her each morning and find our what she was up to at night while they were sleeping. Nativity scene- At the HOMe house we want everyone to remember the meaning of Christmas, The birth of Jesus. We
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We recently had one of our moms and her two children find employment and housing. They have moved out and left her mentors and Keona (Program Director) feeling very proud. This guest had many obstacles to overcome and after much hard work and support from her team, she was able to improve by: creating a
Over 200 people turned out to tour the house and help HOMe celebrate the completion of construction. Each bedroom was uniquely decorated by four churches: Willamson Chapel, Rocky Mount UMC, St. Patricks Episcopal and First Baptist Church.
Thank you to Chris Potter / LKN Cars and Coffee. On November 4, Hope of Mooresville was invited be a part of LKN Cars and Coffee event with an information table. Held monthly, LKN Cars and Coffee gives back by featuring a local non profit at their Saturday morning car showcase. HOMe was the recipient
HOMe participated in the 2017 Race City Festival, in downtown Mooresville on Saturday, May 20. Festival goers stopped by the HOMe booth to get updates on the HOMe house construction project and information about volunteering opportunities. Bonnie Battalia, HOMe Community Coordinator and Amy DeCaron, HOMe Chair are pictured below.
HOMe board members and volunteers were brought to tears by the incredibly generous donation of $61,000 from the Marti Estes 5k and First Presbyterian Church. More than 400 community participants and volunteers turned out for an amazing walk of faith through downtown Mooresville. What an unbelievable show of faith, love and giving hearts from the
United Methodist Women (UMW) Holds "Festival of Tables" Fundraiser and Makes A Donation of $1,546 to Hope of Mooresville (HOMe)! Approximately 200 United Methodist Women, church members, friends, and family gathered at Williamson Chapel UMC on April 27, 2017 for their annual "Festival of Tables" mission fundraiser. This year HOMe was selected as the local
Thank you to Pastor Dave Keck, Jeff Shoe, Marilyn Boardman and the members of St. Mark's Lutheran Church for inviting Hope of Mooresville to God's Work. Our Hands Day. At the 10 AM service, HOMe was recognized for making a difference in the community. Following service, "HOMe" was able to give back by helping pack