Special News

 

We have a new fundraiser happening this year bringing self defense to area women. There will be a ladies self defense class and vendor fair for the public to attend.  Monday October 15 at Bethany Community Church in Washington.  Self Defense class info is coming soon.   Keep checking our fundraising events page.

Vendor fair will be from 5:30 pm -9 pm.

We are looking for vendors to fill the hall!  If you would like to have a booth at the vendor fair, information link here;  or contact Jodi Gerber @ 309-645-2494 with questions. 

 

Thank you to our community for helping with our Operation Backpack this year.  Each year we send out  a plea for school supplies, backpacks and donations which allow us to pack a backpack based on an individual children in need, their specific school and specific grade.  Because of generous donors like you, kids in our surrounding communities were able to start school with all of the proper school supplies just like everyone else.  A good start is a head start!


 

We are in receipt of a $21,000 donation by the Green Acres Foundation, a donor advised fund of the US Charitable Gift Trust.  We are so appreciative of this donation!  It will help so many individuals within our County.     (3/15/18)


 

We are so blessed to be a part of the Woodford County Community!  Thank you to all who gave of their time, money and talents to us in 2017!

Area churches who are supporting the Heartline's Benevolence Program are Grace Fellowship, Apostolic Christian Church in Roanoke, Eureka Bible Church, Apostolic Christian Church of Eureka, Great Oaks Community Church, Eureka Christian Church and Crosspoint Community Church.  In lieu of their own program, these churches are allowing Woodford County Heartline to administer funds to area residents who seek emergency assistance with housing, utilities, and other crisis situations.  At Heartline, we establish a protocol for those seeking assistance by not just offering a handout, but genuinely ensuring they are equipped with necessary tools and education to push through the crisis and take steps for their future.  It is also a way for us to have a database of the need in our community, and save ministerial and staff time at the participating church. We encourage all churches in Woodford County to join our program and allow Heartline to be the administrator of their benevolence dollars.  For details, please call Blaine or Brandi.

 

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2017 Annual Report

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Fall 2017 Newsletter

Summer 2017 Newsletter

Spring 2017 Newsletter

2016 Annual Report

Winter 2016 Newsletter

Fall 2016 Newsletter

2015 Annual Report

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