It's always a special treat for me to hang out and chat with my dear friend Mary Suarez from THE HOPE PROJECT of Muskegon County.... and even more special this particular visit because she invited Cameron Clint to join us. Cameron is a Junior at North Muskegon High School and is proudly a member of her schools activism club. Her club has chosen THE HOPE PROJECT as their focal charity for the past 2 years... Beautifying the front lawn of Muskegon's HOPE PROJECT office last Spring....and their super fun DONKEY BASKETBALL game last year was so successful, they've decided to hold another one this coming April 18th, 2019.It's truly amazing to see such conscientious, ambitious young students giving back to their community the way these North Muskegon High School students are. It also is wonderful to know that the "sister activism" program at Spring Lake High School will be joining North Muskegon in hosting this year's DONKEY BASKETBALL event at the North Muskegon HS Gymnasium.Students and faculty from both high schools will be playing in the game.... Plus members of THE HOPE PROJECT of MUSKEGON will be playing as well. All proceeds from the ticket sales, the 50/50 raffle and other contributions will go directly to THE HOPE PROJECT programs....funding counseling for human sex trafficking victims, gas cards and bus cards for them to attend counseling, work and school while recovering from their ordeal, the victims also receive ongoing supportive mentoring and more.
All are invited and encouraged to attend THE HOPE PROJECT DONKEY BASKETBALL event....North Muskegon High School gymnasium on Thursday, April 18th at 6pm to 8:30pm. For more information about THE HOPE PROJECT, ways to support human trafficking victims, ticket sales for the game or any general information about the upcoming event please search the links and phone number below:
THE HOPE PROJECT DONKEY BASKETBALL GAME
Thursday, April 18, 2019....6 - 8:30pm
North Muskegon High School Gymnasium
1600 Mills Avenue, North Muskegon, MI 49445