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Days Of Hope
Faith to Fairways
Days Of Hope
Renovations started on April 16, 2011 and ended Saturday, September 3rd 2011
Days of Hope, which was a house renovation that helped a local family, that have needs for home improvements due to a terminal illness. The Hoss Foundation connected volunteers with tangible avenues to be involved with impacting people’s lives through serving. The Days of Hope project is designed to help touch the lives of those who are facing difficult times, and life’s biggest challenges.
2000 - 2016
The Gift Project is during the Christmas and holiday season to help bring a little love, hope, and joy by providing gifts, food, and fellowship to local children and families facing financial hardships.
The Gift Project takes place in early December during the Christmas and holiday season to help bring a little love, hope, and joy by providing gifts, food, and fellowship to local children and families facing financial hardships. The total cost was approximately $75,000. We provided assistance to approximately 1,100 individuals and over 450 being children. Over 600 individuals volunteered with shopping, wrapping, and delivering over 7,500 gifts. We partnered with several local agencies including Bartlett House, Caritas House, Mountaineer Boys and Girls Club, Presley Ridge, Ronald McDonald House, Mental Health America of Monongalia County and the United Way to provide gifts for their clients. We also host a Christmas party with dinner and fellowship to the residents of the Barlett House and Bretz Community.
Faith To Fairways Open
This event was held at Meadow Ponds Golf Course in August of each year. Participants played in a 4 man scramble with a shotgun start. They were provided lunch, drinks and swag bags and were able to win raffle items and door prizes. Price to participate was $75 per person.
Hoss Foundation Shootout
2012 - 2017
This event was held at Nemacolin Shooting Academy in May of each year. Participants shot at 35 sporting clay stations over a 140-acre complex. They were provided lunch, drinks and swag bags and were able to bid on silent auction and raffle items. Price to participate was $200 per person.
We help meet the needs of children and/or families facing hardships due to traumatic injury, illness, or financial crisis.