HOPE in a Box - Outreach program
There are 2 ways you can help!
PURCHASE OUR "CROSS OF HOPE":Each Cross of HOPE purchase for $25.00 sponsors a Homeless Teen for Christmas! Every Cross of HOPE is handmade and beautifully unique (each varies from 4.5" - 5.5" tall), making it the perfect gift, tree ornament, rear view mirror necklace or home decor accent. The Cross of HOPE comes with a Faith Card and is beautifully wrapped in a rustic sachel - shipped to your home or to a gift address for free. Faith Card reads: (front) "The Cross of HOPE, Faith is being sure of what we HOPE for and certain of what we do not see. Hebrews 11:1" (back) "Each Cross of HOPE purchase sponsors a homeless high school teen for Christmas. With this cross, you are giving HOPE to those who need it most." You can also purchase a Cross of HOPE in honor or memory of a loved one that will be noted on the card.
Purchase a Cross of HOPE and "adopt" a homeless teen for Christmas!
$375 Student Sponsorship
DONATIONS: We are looking for individual donation items listed below (and any other items that are appropriate for a teenage male or female). Gifts must be able to fit inside a shoe box sized box. Donations can be placed in one of our "drop boxes" at any of our drop off locations listed below. All drop boxes and donations will be collected on December 4th.
What is HOPE in a Box?
Sponsor a 2018 Scholarship STUDENT!
4. Nail polish/lip gloss
5. Fun socks, gloves, scarves or hats
6. Decks of cards
7. Brain teasers
8. Razors/shaving cream/fun soap/lotion
10. Fun/cool writing utensils
12. Water bottles/coffee travel mug
Cole's Hope award students with special needs or hardship situations with a $1,000 scholarship each! Each scholarship also includes a new backpack that contains a new touchscreen computer, $50 gas card, food cards, flash drive and school supplies to help offset the cost of essential college supplies! You can help us achieve our goal by SPONSORING a student !! Each sponsorship helps us continue our Campus Care Packages each year. We can tell you, the students are just as excited to get their Campus Care Packages as they are the scholarship funds! THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts, for helping us, help others!
2 Ways to Help!
"ADOPT" a homeless teen for Christmas
Sponsor a 2018 Scholarship Package!
See below for more information!
Includes a new computer , flash drive, $50 gas card, food cards and school supplies!
How can you help?
Cross of HOPE
Since December of 2015, Cole's Hope has delivered over 150 Boxes of HOPE to Jefferson County high schools to be delivered to unaccompanied homeless high school teens. Each box was beautifully wrapped and stuffed full of age appropriate gifts for males and females. Our goal with our HOPE in a Box campaign is to deliver a smile and a little HOPE to students who for one reason or another, have found themselves in a hardship situation.
Drop off Locations:
1. Arnold Dental Arts on Vogel Road
2. Magnolia's Hair Salon in Imperial
3. Little Caesar's in Arnold on Jeffco
4. Genuine Appliance on Vogel Road
5. Ortmann Concrete (OCI) on Jeffco Blvd in Arnold
6. The Healthy Shopper (139 Concord Plaza Center, South County 63128)
7. The Bluff's Chiropractic & Family Wellness - 672 Gravois Bluffs
8. Scott Cappozzo Shelter Insurance- 126 Richardson Road
9. The Arnold Rec Center
10. Pharmax - Imperial
11. U GAS - Vogel and West Outer Road
12. The Mill - Imperial
In Jefferson County, we have many high school teens who are considered "unaccompanied homeless youth", and unfortunately, they are often the forgotten few. Often times, during the Christmas season focus tends to be on families with small children, and during this time, we also want to remember our homeless teens in our area high schools. Each shoe boxed sized gift box is a beautifully wrapped box stuffed full of fun gifts appropriate for teenage boys and girls. The boxes are delivered to participating Jefferson County High Schools' guidance offices to be distributed to the teens. Our goal is to provide a little HOPE to these teens during the holiday season and to let them know that they are not forgotten.