FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE) – In less than a month, one lucky person will be the winner of the 2021 Granville Home of Hope. Tickets are now on sale.
For 15 years, the Granville has been helping local nonprofits with funds raised through the Granville Home of Hope fundraiser. Flindt Andersen, Founder and Chairman of Parents and drug addicts in need Where PAIN, claims that before her organization was formed in 2009, no one was providing the types of services and education provided by the nonprofit organization amid America’s opioid epidemic.
Another benefactor of the Granville Home of Hope is Break the chains, an organization dedicated to helping survivors of human trafficking. Its funds come mainly from the community, explains Tiffany Apodaca, co-founder and CEO of the organization.
âThis money is money that we use as seed money so that we can have our own facility and be able to accommodate all of our staff and everything,â says Apodaca. âIn the last two years alone, we have gone from 3 employees to 12.
The Central California Food Bank is the original beneficiary of the Granville Home of Hope fundraiser.
âWe expect there will be a slight uptick here next year, so Granville Home of Hope couldn’t come at a better time, it’s a win-win,â said Kym Dildine, Co-CEO, Central California Food Bank.
Created in 2004, the Foundation for Central Schools’ The main mission, they say, is to help advance student development and participation.
âThe past year has been a very important fundraising year. Just like many other nonprofits, businesses and schools and especially the foundation, we struggled, âsaid Serena Dohi, executive director of the Foundation for Central Schools.
The Art of Life Foundation against cancerThe mission of is to give hope to people touched by cancer. With the help of the Granville Home of Hope fundraiser, the organization has created a healing garden in Woodward Park.
âThere is a lot of hope and healing that a person experiences just by visiting the garden,â says Liz Ray, representative of the Art of Life Cancer Foundation.
CASA of Fresno and Madera counties aims to give hope and a voice to encourage young people in the region.
âWe know the needs of young people in foster care in terms of having that stable environment and having that caring adult one-on-one to walk alongside them,â says Wilma Tom Hashimoto, executive director of CASA. from the counties of Fresno and Madera.
There are 11 organizations benefiting from the Granville Home of Hope fundraiser, all aimed at making Central Valley a better place to work and live.
- Angels of grace
- Art of Life Foundation against cancer
- Break the chains
- CASA of Fresno and Madera counties
- Central California Food Bank
- Foundation for Central Schools
- Foundation for Clovis Schools
- Sanger School Foundation
- Fresno Police Chaplaincy Program
- Hospice Hinds
- Parents and drug addicts in need (PAIN)
For $ 100, you have a chance to win a house in Granville, valued at over $ 500,000. It’s in the enclosed web of the Bluffs neighborhood in Copper River Ranch, northeast of Fresno. 100% of this year’s proceeds will benefit 11 local charities.
You can purchase tickets here or by calling (559) 440-8388.
The grand prize draw is scheduled for October 13.