Join us for Tea darling!
Adorn yourself in your best finery and sip some tea with you pinky up, all for a good cause. Hats and gloves are encouraged! Have fun with your outfit!
This is a fundraiser for PIKE COUNTY HANDS OF HOPE, and will take place at Milford United Methodist Church at 206 East Ann Street.
Plan on enjoying tea or coffee, sandwiches, a host of baked goods, and a variety of fruits and cheeses. The cost for all this is only $15 per person. Proceeds to benefit Pike County Hands of Hope. Please reserve your table by registering. with Alice at 917.846.5278.
Pike County Hands of Hope is a Christ-centered organization dedicated to providing compassion and hope to homeless or near-homeless families and individuals by meeting their basic and urgent needs of food, clothing and shelter. Find out more at http://pikecountyhoh.org/
When: Saturday, May 6th, from 3:00-5:00pm
Where: The Milford United Methodist Church on 206 East Ann St., Milford, Pa.
Dress in your Sunday best for this special occasion.
Not only will this Tea offer tea and coffee, but also will include sandwiches, a host of bake goods, and a variety of fruits and cheeses. The cost for all this is only $15 per person.
You may reserve your place at the table by registering at: http://pikecountyhoh.org/events/afternoon-tea/
or call (917-846-5278)
The proceeds will benefit Pike County Hands of Hope (PCHOH), a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides the basic and urgent needs of the homeless and near homeless of Pike County.
(A United Way Agency).
Inviting all Morthers and Daughters to an Afternoon Tea
to be held at the Milford Unted Methodist Church. Dress in you Sunday best for this spcial occasion. Not only will this Tea offer tea and coffee, but also wil include sandwiches, a host of bake goods, and a vaireity of fruits and cheeses.
The cost for all this is only $15 per person. You may reserve your place at the table by registering at http://pikecountyhoh.org/events/afternoon-tea/
Questions and Answers
Pike County Hands of Hope
Invitation to a Town Hall Informational Meeting
Pike County Hands of Hope (PCHOH) would like to invite you to attend a Town Hall Informational Meeting on Thursday,
March 30, 2017, 7:00PM, at the Delaware Valley High School (11-12) Cafeteria. The DVHS is located at 239 Route 6 and 209, Matamoras.
We at PCHOH are reaching out to the community to bring awareness to the complex issues surrounding the homeless and the near homeless in Pike County. Our hopeline and outreach services provide individualized support and encouragement for those who are facing the hardships that come with homelessness.
Pike County Hands of Hope needs You and You can make a difference in the plight of the homelessness in Pike County. We would be grateful for your consideration regarding this event. Should you have any questions, please contact our hope line @ 570.296.HOPE (4673).
Pike County Hands of Hope is a not-for-profit, 501c3 organization, and a United Way member agency.
Gold Key Country Club is sponsoring a fund-raiser to benefit
PIKE COUNTY HANDS OF HOPE
a nonprofit organization that helps the homeless and near homeless in Pike County
The Point in Time Count of Unsheltered Persons Experiencing Homelessness (PIT Survey) will take place on Wednesday, January 25th, starting at sunset. This is an annual survey. It is done across the entire United States, and provides a snapshot of the number of homeless and unsheltered persons. The survey is performed the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and the local Pike County lead agency for the 2017 survey is the Pike County Planning and Human Development Office. The survey is under the supervision of Executive Director Christine Kerstetter.
The Pike County Hands of Hope (PCHOH) will provide survey teams to seek unsheltered homeless persons throughout Pike County. Two-person teams from PCHOH will operate from 9:00m.
PCHOH President Jim Pierce said the teams would seek information from public safety officials as well as agencies, churches and other organizations that may have information on where homeless persons will be staying that evening. Typical places homeless persons spend time are parking lots of shopping centers, parks and campgrounds and abandoned buildings.
The survey is important because it locates persons who are members of our communities who desperately need assistance, provides hard data on homelessness in Pike County, adjacent communities, and throughout the state and country, and can lead to support of future funding to Pike County to address the needs of our less fortunate citizens. Homeless persons found in the survey can be given the advice and contacts they need to find suitable housing.
Mr. Pierce is asking the public to contact him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with leads or information they have on the location of specific unsheltered homeless persons in the community. This includes people sleeping in places such as parking lots, abandoned buildings or campsites, or placed in shelters or motel lodging by agencies. Persons staying with friends or relatives are not counted in the survey.
National Street and Shelter Point In Time Count
January 25th is upon us, and that means the 2017Point-in-Time (PIT) Count is right around the corner. This year, in addition to their annual sheltered count, communities are required by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to conduct an unsheltered count of people sleeping in places unfit for human habitation, such as on the street or in a park.
As part of their preparation, communities around the country are training volunteers to conduct unsheltered counts. Unsheltered counts are generally conducted on a single night in January, which means that communities must rely on volunteers to find and count as many unsheltered homeless people as possible. Volunteers are critical to the unsheltered count process, as many communities wouldn’t be able to conduct unsheltered counts without them.
Counting unsheltered homeless people is a daunting task. Not only are many unsheltered homeless people hard to find, but members of some homeless subpopulations, like homeless youth and LGBTQ individuals, congregate in different areas than larger populations and may try to avoid being identified as homelessness. Locating them requires different strategies.
For More Information Visit Hud Exchange