To be honest, We became 501(c)3 certified over a month ago, but we wanted to make sure we got our new focus on track before anouncing anything. I am so incredibly proud to say that Project H.O.P.E. is an official 501(c)3 non-profit charity now. It has been a ton of hard work over the past … Continue reading We are Officially 501(c)3 Certified!
For over a year now, Project H.O.P.E. has been helping out every charity we could by supplying them with the things they need. This lead to some great partnerships and even better friendships. Everyone from our friends at 1upOnCancer to PopsforPatients and Handmade Brigade and while we will still be helping out our friends when … Continue reading A New Focus For Project H.O.P.E.
A few months back, we were honored to gift Toledo Children's Hospital with 269 Funko Pops! toys. After a week volunteering in Texas, We returned home to find this thank you card in our mail. We would like to thank Toledo Children's for helping us to bring these smiles to the faces of the children … Continue reading A Card From Toledo Children’s Hospital
Today we were honored to give the largest single gift we've ever given.We delivered 18 Blankets, 2 skirts, 22 pairs of pants, 19 pairs of shorts, 28 jackets, 9 belts, 115 shirts, 200 drawstring backpacks, a big box of toiletries and, thanks to our friends at Bombas Socks, over 1000 pairs of socks to Our … Continue reading Our Largest Single Delivery Ever
For the past few months, Project H.O.P.E has been looking for the perfect way to deliver our stockpile of clothing to those who can use it the most and we are happy to say we think we've found it. Our Daily Bread describes itself as a humble food kitchen in Lima, OH but to us … Continue reading Our Daily Bread
Last Saturday was the first of what will hopefully be many deliveries to the Promedica Toledo Childrens Hospital. Randy from Pops For Patients was able to put us in touch with Kate Schwan, the child life coordinator for the hospital and with her help we were able to deliver 269 Funko toys for the kids … Continue reading Toledo Childrens Hospital
As you may remember, on December 1st we were lucky enough to team up with Pops! For Patients and Plastic Empire to donate 100s of toys to kids in a local Atlanta hospital. Well today, Plastic Empire received this thank you card from the hospital. It does our hearts good to see our donations making … Continue reading A thank you card