Tag Archives: Sulzbacher Center for the Homeless

Jax Poetry Fest Celebrates National Poetry Month in Downtown Jax for the 4th Year

It’s thought-provoking and inspiring, emotional and raw, connecting us all through the power of the written word. In celebration of National Poetry Month, Hope at Hand presents the 4th Annual Jax Poetry Fest with free community workshops and presentations by a collection of local poets, writers and spoken-word artists in . Jax Poetry Fest is an annual event produced by the North Florida nonprofit every April during National Poetry Month to inspire community-based poetry projects and engage the community. The inaugural Poetry Fest was held in 2016. Now in its fourth year, the festival has grown in terms of both …

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Run Santa Run: Gift Your Time and Talent

‘Tis better to give than to receive, and there’s no shortage of ways to give back this holiday season. Many charitable organizations, civic groups, and individuals throughout the city open their doors and their hearts to those in need of a helping hand, a warm meal, a new coat, or toy donations to bring Christmas cheer to the less fortunate. This year, the currently has 66 children in the shelter and the goal is for each child to receive three presents on Christmas morning. To help reach the goal, sign up at www.sulzbachercenter.org to participate in the annual holiday toy …

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Hope at Hand: Charity Gifts & Giving Tuesday

Let the holiday shopping begin! We have two charity ideas to check items off of your shopping list! Hope at Hand is registered with ChipInForYouth.com and you can buy your TPC single-use daily grounds tickets now at a reduced rate. Chip In For Youth offers youth related organizations an opportunity to raise unlimited funds through on-line ticket sales. Regular day passes are $58 but with this offer, you can get them for $45 and TPC will donate $25 of every ticket sold to Hope at Hand! Through April 14, 2014, you can order tickets from chipinforyouth.com using the the on-line offer …

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