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Last year’s “Stuff the Hummers” event brought together donors and volunteers who worked to create a merry Christmas for children in need. This year, a classic car show and contests for ugly sweaters and best hats have been added.
Wings of Hope uses a three-stage program that seeks to address basic needs for women and their families such as housing (ranging from transitional to permanent), education, skills development, substance-abuse counseling, case management, employment assistance and community re-integration.
Richard de Maledón displays “Owl,” a mask created with collaborator Terry Moss for the food bank’s Mardi Gras.