Sacramento, CA, October 10, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Haven of Hope, City within a City (HOHCWC), a consortium of non-profit, faith-based organizations that specializes in providing the support needs of homeless citizens and families, has partnered with Burlington Coat Factory to provide clothing for the homeless as they open a new store in the River City.
On Friday, October 11, 2013 at 9:30am, the Burlington Coat Factory will open a new store at 3671 N. Freeway Bl. in Natomas. As part of this grand opening, HOHCWC will preside in the ribbon-cutting ceremony and receive three pallets of new clothes as a donation.
HOHCWC thanks all of those who have donated to its cause for their support and prayers. These donations fund its continued ability to help those in need and affect change in the neighborhoods it serves.
About Haven of Hope, City within A City
We are a non-profit organization that strives to make a change in the lives of homeless families, individuals, and those in need. The mission of Haven of Hope “City Within A City” will be achieved through an intensive 4 year program comprised of 4 key phases designed to transition families and individuals out of homelessness, to maximize their independence, to provide opportunities for economic stability and to improve their overall quality of life.