Sorry to have to announce but we have decided to cancel the Hope to Harmony Kids Fair Due to the potential of rain. We hope you all will consider joining us for the other events and program scheduled throughout the month. Thank you for your support!
National Child Abuse Prevention month is honored during the month of April. “In 2008, Prevent Child Abuse America introduced the pinwheel as the new national symbol for child abuse prevention through Pinwheels for Prevention®. What our research showed, and what our experiences since then have borne out, is that people respond to the pinwheel. By […]
Hey New Hope friends! On March 24th 5-9 pm at The Switchback Craft Beer Tavern, Little River Trading Company will be hosting a Pints for a Purpose fundraiser in honor of New Hope. We hope you will all come out and join us at this wonderful event. No ticket is necessary at the door but […]
If you attended Tennessee Winter Beer Fest (TNWBF) this past week-end you already know that it was an amazing event! The TNWBF crew planned and executed a prodigious evening of great craft beer, delicious food, notable auction items, and talented musicians. Needless to say the evening rocked!! The New Hope Board of Directors and staff […]
2015 will close as another impactful year for New Hope. This year we not only provided services for 327 number of children, but we also trained 579 adults in our Stewards of Children Prevention program. We are now more than half way toward our goal of reaching 5% of the adult population in Blount County […]
World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse is an annual awareness day that is held on November 19th. In our efforts to honor this day in 2015 we, New Hope partnered with Maryville College’s International House to bring the children at the MLK Center a multicultural experience. Nine countries were represented at this event […]
New Hope was pleased to receive a $1,000 donation from the Blount County British Car Club in December 2015. Jim Watson and George Mason presented the check to Tabitha Damron and Nicole Wicker at New Hope.
Please view the following media clip from the Daily Times, which shares that “Alan Hill, regional director of external affairs with AT&T Tennessee, present(ed) a $1,000 donation from the company to New Hope in support of the Center’s Mission.” Check out the following offline copy of the article pertaining to AT&T’s donation.
Tabitha Damron, New Hope’s Executive Director, has been named as a member of the Leadership Blount class of 2015. Check out the article from the Daily Times to learn about the Leadership Blount Class of 2015.