There are a number of organizations in the Twin Lakes Area looking to deal with the growing issue of homelessness. One of the newer organizations, Hope for All, seeks to give hope to the homeless within the Mountain Home area by ministering to their physical and spiritual needs.
Marilyn Kobialka and Carolyn Dinsmark represented Hope for All on a recent episode of the Talk of the Town on KTLO-FM. Dinsmark says the organization is faith based and collaborates with area churches and volunteers in an effort to change the lives of the homeless.
Hope for All is needing assistance from the community to continue its mission. Kobialka says the fundraising events the organization normally holds have come to a halt.
Hope for All has not had any paid employees since its establishment nearly a year-and-a-half ago, and 100% of its proceeds will go to helping someone in need. For more information, contact the organization toll-free 1-833-467-3425.
This month, Our Community Cares, sponsored by Farmers and Merchants Bank, Danny Porter of Century 21 LeMac Realty, Pizza Hut, Advanced Auto Body and KTLO, Classic Hits and The Boot, highlights the work of Hope for All. Learn more at ktlo.com/ourcommunitycares.
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