Growing Hope

Homeless No More 2023

Thursday March 2, 2023

Kellogg Center
219 S. Harrison Rd
E. Lansing, MI 48824

Reception
5:30 PM to
7:30 PM

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 nearly $500,000 in donations to keep the shelter operational. With these funds, New Hope is able to keep families together, offer emergency care and nourishment for children, adults, and veterans experiencing homelessness, and help our un-housed neighbors find permanent housing. Through the 2023 Homeless No More event, New Hope hopes to raise $400,000 toward its annual fundraising target.

Holy Cross - Residential Care

There are several programs that operate within the New Hope Community Center, each serving the greater Lansing community:

A Note from Our Homeless No More Committee Chair

As I reflect on the past years of chairing the Homeless No More Committee, I am in awe of the support shown to the New Hope Community Center by our Lansing Community. Holy Cross Services celebrates its 75th Anniversary in 2023 and Homeless No More is entering its 12th year. During these years, your support and commitment to the homeless families we serve has been unwavering, helping thousands of individuals. I look forward to your continued support for this event that celebrates the generosity of our community. If there is one thing I have learned is that our community always comes together to make a difference in the lives of those we are serving, and for that we are all grateful. Thank you to all who have been steadfast in your support and thank you to those of you who are joining us for the first time. I look forward to you joining me as we celebrate 75 Years of Heart…Growing Hope!

With Sincere Appreciation,
John Pence
Chair, Homeless No More Committee 2023

2023 Homeless No More Sponsorship Packages

For Holy Cross Services’ 75th year, we invite you to consider sponsoring this year’s Homeless No More event. Sponsorship packages range from $75,000 (in honor of this milestone anniversary!) to $1,000, each package reflecting one of Holy Cross Services’ core values. Thank you for your partnership and for Growing Hope in our community.

Presenting Sponsorship $75,000

  • Two page spread advertisement in the event program
  • Inclusion in 4 Social Media Posts
  • Opportunity to address audience during the formal portion of the program
  • Inclusion of company table tents/marketing materials on event tables
  • Opportunity Tour/ Volunteer at New Hope Community Center
  • Corporate logo or name prominently featured on all event marketing and signage
  • 20 tickets to event

Purpose Sponsorship $50,000

  • One page advertisement in the event program
  • Inclusion in 3 Social Media Posts
  • 15 tickets to event

Shared Power Sponsorship $25,000

  • Half page advertisement in the event program
  • Inclusion in 2 Social Media Posts
  • 10 tickets to event

Nurture Sponsorship $10,000

  • ¼ page advertisement in the event program
  • Inclusion in 1 Social Media Post
  • 8 tickets to event

Safety Sponsorship $5,000

  • 8 tickets to event

Anchor Sponsorship $2,500

  • 6 tickets to event

Hope Sponsorship $1,000

  • 4 tickets to event

ALL SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES INCLUDE:

  • Sponsor recognition on HCS website
  • Verbal recognition from the podium during evening program
  • Corporate logo or name featured on all event related marketing and signage

For more information, contact

  • Wendee Rex
    248-980-4830
    wrex@hccsnet.org

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ABOUT HOLY CROSS SERVICES

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

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