This year, NVHOH is celebrating its 14th year of service by hosting a Black-Tie Gala on Saturday, September 30, 2017, at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Pikesville, MD. Our theme “Hopes, Dreams, and a New Vision” honors the company’s founder who realized many years ago that for a person to move beyond homelessness, they must first have a dream and someone to believe in them. In addition, the Black-Tie Gala, besides adding vital revenue to the NVHOH budget, will provide a wonderful recognition event for our founder, Charles A. Culver, Sr. and other community leaders who share in our mission to end homelessness in Baltimore.
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New Vision House of Hope – Inaugural Black Tie Gala
September 30, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
We are humbled and proud of the many glowing letters of appreciation and e-mails Mr. Culver receives from former clients about the staff and volunteers here at NVHOH. Equal to our first-rate staff are quality services that makes NVHOH stand out beyond a level of excellence. Following are a few of our premiere services and programs we offer:
- The Transitional Housing and Shelter Programs together house more than 100 people per night, 365 days a year. The Transitional Housing program, the agency’s cornerstone, provides comprehensive case management, substance abuse treatment, mental health referrals, job referrals, services for those living with HIV/AIDS, permanent housing assistance, and much more. In partnership with Baltimore Homeless Services, the Shelter Program provides a safe and clean place for 60 women to sleep each night.
- The Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program is a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs-funded program that serves homeless Veterans, and Veterans and their families at-risk of becoming homeless. The program offers intensive case management, rental assistance, utility assistance, childcare assistance, transportation, housing placement, and more.
We think you will agree that NVHOH is a vital contributor to our community. Not just because it provides homeless and supportive services, but because it stands as a model of kindness, concern, and caring for those in need.
To support the NVHOH 2017 Black-Tie Gala, simply call our main office at 410-466-8558 or specify your level of sponsorship and mail your payment to the NVHOH 2017 Black-Tie Gala, 200 East Lexington Street, Suite 605, Baltimore, MD 21202. We want to accommodate all levels of interest and are making several levels of involvement available to you, which are detailed in the attached Sponsorship Form. All donations are tax deductible and will be acknowledged in the NVHOH Black-Tie Gala souvenir program booklet, our social media platforms, and our website.