Everence supports local non-profit
Special dinner for volunteers and recent graduates of Harvey County Circles of Hope
NEWTON, Kan. – Everence staff and chapter board members served a special dinner to volunteers for and recent graduates of Harvey County Circles of Hope.
Circles of Hope helps families with low-income break the cycle of poverty by connecting them with volunteer Allies who help them learn tools for financial success over the course of several months of instruction and mentoring.
Everence, a faith-based financial services organization, recently served dinner to individuals that recently graduated from the Circles of Hope program, volunteer Allies, and the friends and families that were gathered to support the graduates.
The local Everence member chapter provided the dinner that evening and is donating to Harvey County Circles of Hope to aid the organization’s work in helping local families. The donations and volunteer efforts are part of an Everence chapter grant program that provides assistance to local organizations and causes. The grants are made possible when members purchase many Everence products.
Anyone interested in more information about the local Circles of Hope organization may visit peaceconnections.org/Circles-of-Hope. And more information about how Everence and its members impact the community is available at everence.com/kansas.