Mother’s Day is celebrated the second Sunday in May and falls on May 9th this year. It is a time for all of us to pause and honor our mothers and celebrate the time that we have with them and all that they do for us.
SPENDING A HOLIDAY IN SHELTER
Hope House are celebrated with mixed emotions and Mother’s Day is no exception. The women who are in our services are struggling with the fact that their family is not as they wish it to be, and their lives are in crisis. To have that coupled with a holiday can be extremely difficult, but very positive as well.
We do our best to make the holidays a wonderful time where everyone feels special. We want them to be able to celebrate the holiday with the joy and enthusiasm they would if their circumstances were different. Our hope is that everyone can experience the holiday as it is meant to be experienced: in celebration of their own mothers, and for those who are mothers themselves, a chance to celebrate with their children.
KIDS CAN "SHOP" FOR GIFTS FOR THEIR MOM
We are fortunate to benefit from the generosity of the community and are able to have gifts for mothers on Mother’s Day. Kids are able to “shop” for their moms and have a gift for her on her special day without having to worry about money or how they will get their gift for mom. Groups often volunteer to put together gift bags and dinner for our shelter clients, hoping to make the day memorable for those who will be spending it with us in shelter.
HONOR YOUR MOM THIS MOTHER'S DAY
Every Mother’s Day
Hope House gives you the opportunity to honor those special mothers in your life by making a gift to Hope House. In turn, Hope House will send a Mother’s Day card to those women letting them know that a life-saving gift has been made to Hope House in their honor.
In order for cards to arrive by Mother’s Day, the mailing address of your honoree must be local (
) and we must receive your gift electronically before Friday, May 7 at noon. If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, follow this link or email Lee at email@example.com. Kansas City area