The Ladies & Gentlemen Mentor Salon is proud to hold a fashion experience for the benefit of Project Hope for the Homeless on SUNDAY, JUNE 22
Two fashion shows and festivities will take place from 2–7pm at Red Wine & Blue on 9614 Old Johnnycake Ridge Road in Mentor.
“It is extraordinary how each corporation is coming together using their unique gifts and talents to respond to the need and help the children who are hurting,” states Judy Burr, Executive Director of Project Hope for the Homeless. “We are so grateful for the generosity of Ed and Nancy and the Ladies and Gentlemen Salon and Spa team, and we are thrilled that they and Jenniffer and her team at Jenniffer & Co. are coming together as two longstanding Mentor businesses to partner in the mission and address this growing trend.”
Tickets to the Fashion Show and Raffle are $25 and include food, beverages, valet parking and five raffle tickets. All proceeds go to the construction of Project Hope on Freedom Road in Painesville.
Contact Jennifer Edgell from Ladies & Gentlemen at 440-255- 5572 ext. 251 or Lexi or Monica from Jenniffer and Company Salon at 440-266-4247 for more information.
ABOUT THE ECUMENICAL SHELTER NETWORK OF LAKE COUNTY: Project Hope for the Homeless, a United Way agency, is the only emergency homeless shelter serving men, women and children in Lake County. Operating under the mission of “responding to the human hurts and hopes of persons in Lake County who are homeless by providing emergency shelter, care and guidance, in the name and for the sake of Jesus Christ,” Project Hope has space to provide up to 35 individuals each night with shelter, food and care. An optional one-year aftercare program helps guests who have successfully left the shelter continue to find needed help that will prevent a return to homelessness. Families Moving Forward provides for the daytime needs of Project Hope guest families when no other service providers are open by giving parents tailored, family-specific goal-setting meetings and children a safe place to nap, play, work on homework, and have their needs met.