Take a Leap of Faith

Homeless No More 2024

Thursday February 29, 2024

Lansing Shuffle
325 Riverfront Drive
Lansing, MI 48912

A Note from Our Homeless No More Committee Chair

As we stand on the cusp of a brand-new year and the promise of a leap year, we are filled with gratitude and excitement as we prepare for our 13th Annual Homeless No More fundraiser on February 29, 2024. It’s a remarkable milestone, showcasing the enduring commitment of our Lansing community to the New Hope Center and the families it serves. Reflecting upon our years as the Homeless No More Committee, we are in awe of the unwavering support and dedication displayed by our incredible community. This leap year holds a special significance for us, propelling us into new heights of compassion

and determination. Our leap of faith is an acknowledgment that together, we can soar to greater heights, alleviating homelessness and creating a brighter future for those in need. The generosity and compassion demonstrated by each of you over the years have made a lasting difference in the lives of many. In this 13th year of our esteemed fundraiser, I invite you to take a leap of faith with us-renew your commitment, stand with us, and continue supporting our cause. Your participation in this event is a testament to the strength of our community, exemplifying the power of collective action in creating positive change.

Our community has shown time and again that when we come together, amazing things happen. Let’s seize this leap year as an opportunity to extend our support, share our resources, and strengthen our bonds. I express my heartfelt gratitude to all who have stood steadfast in their support and extend a warm welcome to those joining us for the first time.

Join me as we leap forward, celebrating not only our 13th year of making a difference but also the 75+ Years of Heart that Holy Cross Services embodies. Your continued support is a beacon of hope, lighting the way for a future where homelessness is but a memory, replaced by hope and opportunity for all.

With Sincere Appreciation,
John Pence
Chair, Homeless No More Committee 2024

About the New Hope Community Center

For decades, the New Hope Community Center (“New Hope”) has been a pillar for people experiencing homelessness in Lansing. At the request of the community, Holy Cross Services assumed operations of the facility in 2018. Today, New Hope is one of the region’s largest homeless shelters and is the area’s only “low-barrier” facility – meaning we eliminate as many barriers as we can to ensure all neighbors have access to emergency shelter.

Every year, New Hope needs $500,000+ in donations to keep the shelter operational. With these funds, New Hope can keep families together, offer emergency care and nourishment for children, adults, and veterans experiencing homelessness, and help our unhoused neighbors find permanent housing. Through the 2024 Homeless No More event, New Hope hopes to raise $523,560 toward its annual fundraising target.’

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Holy Cross Services’ 2024 Homeless No More Sponsors

Presenting Sponsorship

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Earthcom Inc.

Purpose Sponsorship

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Nurture Sponsorship

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Tom and Dina Archipley

Business Machine Company

Mark and Rosemary Kerrins

David and Constance Donovan

Lasch Family Foundation

Kevin and Sharon McGraw

John and Carrie Pence

Ronald and Mary Simon

Safety Sponsorship

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Gregory and Chrissie Brogan

Michael and Anna Miller

Multifamily Coalition for Affordable Housing

RDM Associates

Tailgaters Dunkin Donuts

Team One Chevrolet

Foster, Swift, Collins, & Smith PC

Chris Abood

Leap Sponsorship

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AF Group

Scott and Branda Ammon

David Brogan

William and Kimberly Hufnagel

Dart Bank

Dave and Sherri Drayton

Farm Bureau

Charley and Lea Anne Janssen

Goran and Mandy Jurkovic

Ricky and Cynthia Norris

Anchor Sponsorship

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Tom and Cathy Baker

Mark and Kimberly Burzych

Andrew and Carole Brogan

Campbell Press Repair

Peter Campbell

Capital Steele and Wire

Jeff and Susie Crippen

Lisa Holdorf and Mark Castellani

Bill and Linda Demmer

First National Bank of Michigan

Mary and Steve Manuel

Kurt and Barbara Guter

Gillespie Group

Pat and Jennifer Gillespie

Drew and Victoria Pence

Independent Bank

Martha Jakubiak

Sam and Kelly Fata

Mike Fontana

Judge James Jamo

David Kositchek


Pete and Stephanie Kramer

Mark and Theresa Piggott

Andrew and Elizabeth Schorfhaar

Sina, Dramis, Larkin, Graves, & Waldman. PC

Bethany Sorber

Gerlad and Carly Teagan

Roger and Teri Thornburg

Trey and Tamara Williams

Hope Sponsorship

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Hayhoe Asphalt

Matt Binkley

Dr. Jenny Bond

David Brogan

Douglas Bury

Ryan and Patricia Carter

Jerry and Stella Cash

Dave and Lori Doyle

Val and Mary Korrey

Laurent Insurance Group

John and Theresa Holmstrom


Maner Costerisan

Mark and Marcia Hooper

McCardel Restoration

Strategic Services Group

Brad Simtob

VFW Post 423 Graf-O’Hara

Joesph and Susie Sambaer

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HCS specializes in empowerment and trauma recovery for children and families engaged in the child welfare system and supporting our neighbors to end their episodes of homelessness. Although these areas of service have significant intersection, we operate our programs through three functional arms:

  • Division of Family-Based Care and Youth Transition
  • Division of Residential Care and Family Healing
  • Division of Housing and Community Advocacy

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Holy Cross Services is a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation

EIN #38-1368326