Some of our members were able to go to go to a Basic CRI Training in Indiana! Kelly served as camp nurse and Ken served in a few ways, including teaching a class on search and rescue as well as coordinating the simulations for the week!
We encourage you to be involved in a basic training with Crisis Response International.
Huge thanks to Shawna Peters for coordinating this Huge Indoor Garage Sale! You always do an outstanding job! Also big thanks to Little Caesar’s and to the American Classifieds for contributing to this event! With all of our help we made over $500!
What a blessing that our CRU family was able to donate this Thanksgiving holiday!! Thanks to everyone who donated canned items! We were able to give Pueblo Rescue Mission a part of their Thanksgiving meal this year!
We got another great opportunity to do a yard cleanup in our community! Thanks to all the volunteers who made this project a success! We love volunteering and serving our Pueblo community and we couldn’t do it without you!!
We also were able to help our Jeremiah Project director Steve Horn but in new flooring after some flooding in his house. Thanks for all you do Steve! We’re happy we were able to help!
Thanks to Lisa for hosting our latest fundraiser! We made $100 through this fundraiser (And bought lots of great Christmas gifts!!)
Huge thanks to Sharon for attending our last CRU meeting and giving her presentation on human trafficking in Pueblo! This presentation was eye opening and action provoking, and our CRU is looking at getting involved by helping Sharon and Educate to Protect educate our community on the facts about human trafficking in our community.
Contact Us for more information about how to help in this area!
We were able to do two jobs on Saturday October 25th!
First we helped in a yard cleanup:
And then we were able to complete the wheelchair ramp for Mackenzie Belcher, in partnership with Blue Skies!
As always we were so excited to serve our community and help where we can! Thank you to all of out volunteers who help make projects like this possible!
We were able to help serve food and hot beverages to search and rescue teams searching for a lost child.
Thanks to all the volunteers who came out to help!
Also: thanks to Southside and Eagleridge Starbucks for donating and to Sams for opening their doors early so we could shop!
See our *Deployment page for more details on what we were able to do!
HOPE has had a great time partnering with Incense House of Prayer on 2nd Saturday of the month from 7-9!
Join us in November for a great time of prayer!