Shared Hope International is participating in the local Give More 24! Online Giving Event
Presenting “Protecting Our Children” at Vancouver Church
Give More 24! is southwest Washington’s largest day of giving. The one day when our entire region comes together–online and offline–and gives for 24 hours straight. More than 100 nonprofits serving southwest Washington will participate and encourage everyone who cares about the region to give what they can, wherever they are, at the same time.
This event is powered by the Community Foundation. Those giving during the 24-hour period have chances to win outstanding prizes throughout the day online! Read More at Give-More-24.org
We are grateful to all of the sponsors supporting this local event (and our international cause) This includes
- Davidson & Associates Insurance
- PEMCO Insurance
Stretch Pool Funders
- Mason Nolan Charitable Fund
- Don and Margaret Fuesler Foundation
- Steve and Jo Marie Hansen
- Greg and Betsy Hatton
- NW Natural
- Dr. Candace Young
- Community Foundation (Southwest Washington)
- The Convenience Group, LLC
- Heritage Bank
Support and Community Sponsors
- Vancouver Mall
- The Columbian
- ADCO Printing and Graphics
- BEACHES Restaurant & Bar
- Kelso Longview Chamber of Commerce
- Nonprofit Network (Southwest Washington)
- Riverview Community Bank
Once this event is complete, we will share with you the results for Shared Hope Giving through the Give More 24! Event.
Give More 24! is providing prize donations to boost the value of receipts by the various participating charities. During nearly every waking hour there are $1000 boost prizes, as well as other prizes including raffles, prizes based on the 1984th Gift of the day, and total raised during the 24!
Wear you #givemore24 badge! Stop by @ShopVanMall on Sept. 22 to donate and pick up a button to support local causes. pic.twitter.com/EW1MrSKtv7
— Give More 24 (@GiveMore24) September 7, 2016
Shared Hope is an international organization that works locally to protect our children. We are thrilled to be working alongside the Clark County Sheriff’s Office and Southwest Washington Churches to train parents, youth workers, community leaders and teens how traffickers operate and how they can protect themselves and their friends. In equipping our entire community with the proper knowledge and tools, we at Shared Hope believe we can protect our children before they come to harm.
This event begins at 6pm at Vancouver Church.