Our House Recap
The Homeless Prenatal Program’s 23rd annual Our House gala was an incredible success, raising nearly $175,000 toward the agency’s mission to break the cycle of childhood poverty.
HPP honored Tuft & Needle with a Community Partner Award, accepted by Melanie LaDue, for their annual donation of over 300 new mattresses to HPP clients moving into stable housing.
Sharon Bechtol, Melanie LaDue and Martha Ryan
The event also celebrated the achievements of Derrick Littles and his family. In the span of two years, Derrick completed a drug rehabilitation program, reunited with his daughter and secured stable housing with his family.
The agency was delighted to announce a matching grant of $10,000 from James McNamara to benefit the evening’s Giving Room, a space designed to give guests the opportunity to help furnish a bedroom for an HPP family moving into a new home. Thanks to the generosity of many, HPP was able to meet the match in just one night.
Mary Uniacke, James McNamara and Martha Ryan
Kirsten Pfleger, Karl Pfleger, Rita Louh and Rolland Ho
Kathy Skoog, Andrew, McCollum, Gretchen Sisson, Allison Fox, Kristi Ebong and Francis Ebong