Daytona Beach, FL – The American Advertising Federation – Daytona Beach (AAF-DB) is choosing to support Hope Place as their service project this year.
Hope Place, located at Hurst Elementary, a previous Volusia County School, is a center which supports homeless children, students, and their families. The AAF-DB is helping out Hope Place by creating a brochure for them and donating money to their cause. They are also developing a website for Hope Place with the help of Daytona software company, Silversphere. You can visit the website here.
“After spending time with the Hope Place team, their passion was evident. Hope Place is and will be an incredible help to so many homeless children and their families throughout Volusia County,” says the President of Internet Marketing for Silversphere, Kaleb Scharmahorn. “It was truly our honor to provide them a new website that will assist in sharing their mission and impacting the lives of so many children in our community.”
The creator of the brochure for Hope Place, Kay Galloway, is the president of her own local marketing and design company, Kay Galloway Marketing and Design, as well as a board member of the AAF-DB.
The AAF-DB Public Service Chair and President of School Partnerships, Nancy Holman also shared her enthusiasm for the project.
“AAF was proud to select Hope Place as our Public Service Project,” says Holman. “There is nothing more important than helping our homeless children so that they can get a good start in life and become productive citizens.”
ICI Homes President of Information Systems, Forough Hosseini, also commented on the Hope Place partnership with the AAF-DB.
“We are deeply grateful to AAF members for their generosity of time, talent, and treasure. Hope Place, a community effort to eradicate homelessness among Volusia County families, was the beneficiary of the AAF members’ resources for all its marketing and PR needs,” says Hosseini. “We are very proud of our partnership with so many of the AAF members and appreciate their generous spirits.”
Photos courtesy www.hope.place.
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