C.M. Mose and Son leads food drive at Hy-Vee
C.M. Mose and Son Leads Food Drive at Hy-Vee Canned Goods, Non-Perishable Items Needed for the Homeless
Liberty, MO. -- C.M. Mose and Son is collecting canned goods and non-perishable food items on Wednesday, Nov. 21st at Hy-Vee in Liberty for Hillcrest Transitional Housing. Radio Disney will do a live remote from 2pm to 4pm during the food drive.
C.M. Mose and Son is also leading a campaign on Facebook to raise funds for Hillcrest Transitional Housing. C.M. Mose and Son is donating $1 to Hillcrest Transitional Housing for every new like on their Facebook page until Nov. 21st.
Hillcrest Transitional Housing helps homeless families become self supportive, self-reliant contributors to society. The primary focus of the program is moving families from homelessness to self-sufficiency within 90 days. Program participants gain job preparation skills and learn life skills such as budgeting. Hillcrest provides housing, classes, food, medical assistance, dental work, GED classes and much more.
"We've supported Hillcrest Transitional Housing for many years," says Roger Mose, owner of C.M. Mose and Son. "The program has a success rate of 90% of their graduates going onto gainful employment and productive lives. This is an investment into a program that has a record of success with changing the lives of homeless families."
For a list of specific items needed by Hillcrest Transitional Housing, visit their website at www.hillcresttransitionalhousing.org.
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