29 Dec 2016 Deliver Hope to host ‘Dare to Dream’ Banquet
Deliver Hope will host its second annual banquet at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Conway Church of the Nazarene.
The event is open to the public and features a seated dinner, a silent and live auction, and the Dare to Dream Award presentation.
Community residents can submit nominations for the Dare to Dream Award. “This award is for a hidden hero who helps kids dream again,” said Daniel Tyler, founder and executive director of Deliver Hope.
A series of sponsorship packages are available with all proceeds going toward Deliver Hope.
“The Dare to Dream banquet provides the funding for us to serve approximately 150 at-risk youth in our area each week. Our agency has grown rapidly because of the need in our community and we need our community to come together for these kids,” said board chair, Lori Melton.
Deliver Hope is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit in the state and works in Faulkner County. The mission is to deliver hope to at-risk and under-served young people through mentoring, tutoring, juvenile justice and life-skills coaching.
To submit a nomination for the Dare to Dream Award, reserve a table or to learn more about the event, visit deliver-hope.org/dare2dream.