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Hopelessness in a community creates homelessness, substance abuse, physical abuse, crime escalation, workplace apathy and depression.

This is a unique opportunity to be a part of a 21-day event to spread HOPE to your community.

The 21-day HOPE Walk | Savannah to Los Angeles|  March 27 – April 16, 2017

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A Short Message from Emra Smith – Founder / CEO

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You matter to God.

Your stories matter to Him.

The really big ones and the everyday little ones.

It is through you and each of your stories that He shares HOPE, LOVE and LIFE to the world around you.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for supporting us!

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The 21-day HOPE Walk will kick off at the Isle of HOPE Marina, Isle of Hope, Savannah, Georgia on Monday, March 27, 2017 at sunrise.

Several stops are scheduled in the Savannah/Statesboro area before heading to the Savannah airport, Thursday March 30 for a flight to California.

The journey from San Rafael, CA to Los Angeles will include the historical El Camino missionary road. Emra Smith from the International School of Story will walk approximately 6-10 miles a day. Media and Time Management Consultant, Kathy Walters Burnsed will participate in this HOPE sharing mission remotelty.

Once in California, Tracey Milligan from the Milligan Foundation will join the team. As we travel Emra will share HOPE by giving free life coaching phone calls.

The team will meet with community leaders and discuss community empowerment. The message of HOPE will be shared in community centers, schools, and churches along the route. The HOPE Walk will include a service component while at shelters and food pantries.

We will share how HOPE can be spread and encourage positive actions to help facilitate personal and community change.

Who:    Emra Smith and Tracey Milligan
What:    HOPE WALK
When:  March 27 – April 16 2017
Where: Savannah, GA – Los Angeles, CA

Why:  Actively seeking those going through difficult times and sharing HOPE in these troubled times we’re living in, while raising funds for housing and products to support women in difficult times AND funds for transport and housing resources for people in immediate need of relocation, due to life threatening danger from domestic violence.

The following communities are slated for the Hope Walk Route:

In Georgia – Savannah, Statesboro, Pooler.

In California – San Rafael, San Fransisco, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles.

We would be delighted to add your stop to our journey. This is a great way to stoplight your business or non-profit and encourage HOPE in your community.

Additional Information: The HOPE Walk and HOPE Doll Project is a part of The International School of Story, which shares HOPE through technology and is raising funds for a physical space. The technology platform includes webinar training, blogs and books that share stories of HOPE to encourage and teach, and an app to be developed for global reach. The physical property/place is a studio/workshop to do onsite training, prepare products (HOPE Tea and the HOPE doll) and a home to house women, empowering them when facing difficult times. The women will prepare the products and work within the various aspects of the operation.

We have partnered with The Milligan Foundation to strengthen their funds. They nationally provide for transport and housing resources for people who are in immediate need of relocation, due to life threatening danger from domestic violence.

We are making a difference by giving HOPE in times of darkness, stepping boldly to empower women and girls who need us.

 

Donate now, or contact us to see how you can be involved.

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