30 Jan HAVEN campaign reaches 20 percent of goal in 20 days
The HAVEN Every Child Deserves a Home campaign to fund a proposed “forever home” has reached the 20 percent mark of its campaign goal as of Jan. 24.
The new home will be able to serve 10 adolescent girls in foster care and four “aging out” or over the age of 18 foster girls in transition to independence. Fifteen of the 56 rooms are named. The fundraising total for these gifts is $472,500 of the $2.4 million campaign goal.
The initial round of gifts includes:
Jim and Joanna Rankin – Property at Country Club and Tyler Street
Gene and Susan Salter – Reception and waiting area
Chris and Minette Throneberry – Conference room
Chris and Jennifer Crain – Professional counseling office
Todd and Kristie Ross – Staff office
Centennial Bank – HAVEN director’s office
Hawks Family Foundation – Store
HAVEN Board of Directors – Back covered porch
Michael Tullis – Basketball court
Lori Quinn and Velda Lueders – Visitors’ entrance
Laureate NU Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi – Quiet space 1
Jackie Bracey, Jimmie Burnette, Alicia Kunert and Beth Milligan – Mudroom
Malvern National Bank – Staff entrance
Steve and Sandra Schrekenhofer – Phone booth 1
Bill and Susan Farris – Front patio
Susan Salter chairs the Every Child Deserves A Home campaign. Steering committee members include Danielle Burnell, Jennifer Crain, Becky Ezell, Jessica Havard, Eric King, Diana Kirkland, Janice Malone, Pam McDowell, Lori Quinn, Kristie Ross, Ashley Salter, Sandra Schreckenhofer and Chris Throneberry.
To learn more about Every Child Deserves A Home and to see the floor plan, visit havenconway.org.