NEA Baptist Charitable Foundation

Hope Week


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September 23-September 30
Contact HopeCircle at (870) 936-7005
to find out how you can participate.


2017 Hope Week Events 

Teal Toes - Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month - Area salons support Ovarian Cancer
Awareness with Teal pedicures and informational awareness of the
symptoms of Ovarian Cancer.

Polish with Purpose-  First Security Bank will contribute $2 to the Arkansas Cancer Coalition for each teal pedicure picture posted on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with #fsbtealtoes.

Food Wars for the Month- Jonesboro Businesses are invited to join the Jonesboro Food Wars. Collect food from September 1st-27th with all non-perishable items accepted. Those who wish to participate as an individual can drop off donation at NEA Baptist Clinic Wellness Center, 2617 Phillips Drive, Jonesboro, AR. 

If your business is interested in participating, please contact Jenna Marquis, 870-319-2859, Jenna.Marquis@lhcgroup.com

Soccer Balls for Miracle League - Jonesboro Prosthetics & Orthotics will collect all sizes soccer balls and give them to Miracle League. Donate all locations.

Jeans for Charity - Farm Credit Mid-South - Wearing jeans to raise money for Ag for Autism & St. Jude. Food Donations for Helping Neighbors Food Pantry - Staffmark.

JHS Student Council - selling HopeCircle Dandelions

All Week - Businesses & Organizations provide lunch for cancer
patients, assisted by NHS Dance Team.

LensMasters - Vision of Hope! Free glasses for children who can not afford them. Partnered with Southern Eye Associates for free eye exams for those that qualify.

Touch A Truck- September 23 from 10-1 at the NEA Baptist Medical Campus at 4800 East Johnson. Please contact Sandra Taylor (sandra.taylor@nettletonschools.net) or call 870-897-0020

September 24 - Girl Scout Troop 3150 will plant flowers and fairy garden of hope at the
NEA Baptist Center for Good Grief.

September 25 - Brookland Girl Scout Troop will make and deliver cards to
the NEA Baptist Memorial Hospital

Teal Talk Luncheon - September 27th at Southwest Church of Christ.

NHS EAST, Choir - Community Hope Tour

September 28 - Prayer Cross Dedication,
NEA Baptist
Memorial Hospital Lobby • 3 - 3:30pm

September 28, Friends of NEA Baptist will travel to
participating businesses to tally up the Food Wars
donations.
A traveling 'Food Wars' trophy and bragging rights will be given to
the business that collects the most food. Arrangements will be made for the
donations to be picked up from your place of business. You will not be responsible
for delivery.

Hoping for a Cure- September 29th from 11-1 on the Pier One parking lot at the corner of Highland Drive and Caraway Road.

ShareHope Walk of Remembrance- September 30, 2017 at NEA Baptist Clinic and Hospital Campus. Register at racesonline.com

September 30 - Dancing for Hope - 2017 Exhibition Nettleton High School Gym • 2:00 p.m. Spectator admission is $5, and all proceeds benefit NEA Baptist HopeCircle. All dance teams are invited to showcase their routines and receive feedback from UDA trained dancers. No entry
fee for teams to perform, donations to HopeCircle would be appreciated.


Hope Week is a unique community-wide, week-long series of events and activities designed to salute and highlight the spirit of Hope and its importance in the life of our community. Hope Week is rooted in the belief that acts of goodwill are virtually always related to more beneficial life outcomes. It takes place annually the week that spans from the end of September to the beginning of October. 

Anyone can be a part of Hope Week.

Expressions and demonstrations of Hope vary greatly, and that variety is encouraged during the week. Past events have involved groups and individuals in a variety of activities that included: household item collection for the Women's Crisis Center, food drives for the Food Bank, job fairs, pet adoptions, mentoring by sororities at area schools, hopeful art exhibitions, carnivals for special needs children, self esteem seminars for girls, knitting & crocheting, office projects at area non-profits, and testimonies of hope from cancer survivors.  The projects have been as varied as the groups involved.  The one constant has been and continues to be the emphasis on celebrating and fostering Hope.




 

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