You are invited to participate in the 13th Annual Art for Hope fundraiser, featuring works by local leading artists at Junior League of Memphis at 3475 Central Avenue.
Art for Hope continues to be an important fundraiser to benefit the children at Hope House. Dedicated to serving the needs of children and families impacted with HIV/ AIDS in the Memphis community, Hope House is the only organization in the state of Tennessee which is working to improve the lives of these families by providing quality daycare services, respite care, and social services.
For questions or need more information, please contact Tammy Deniro at 272-2702 ext. 216 or email
This race is named after its founder, Caitlin Steiger, who at the age of 15 mobilized the corporate community behind Hope House and raised more than $25,000 in the first year. Caitlin is now is college, but she and her family are still big supporters of this wonderful fund-raiser for Hope House. More than 500 runners and walkers have participated in the past. Every participant gets a long sleeve T-shirt, food, drinks and musical entertainment at the race.
Join us on next spring for a Ladies Night Out benefiting the social services fund at Hope House. This exciting event will feature something for every woman, including shopping, a variety of food, and indulgences such as yoga, massages, and makeovers.
Admission includes hors d'oeuvres, two cocktails, wine, makeover, mini massage, and reflexology.
This event is for those who enjoy a glass of fine wine, good art, and great theatre. It features an appetizer bar, huge silent auction, a wine tasting, and more. A special performance of a Broadway smash is presented later.
Your $25 ticket will get you admission to the show, a pre-show reception, and silent auction all to benefit the children and families at Hope House. Ticket sales will begin in early 2015.
The Hope House Classic continues its tradition of supporting Hope House, the only agency of its kind in Tennessee meeting the unique needs of children whose lives have been touched by HIV/AIDS.
Dedicated to the memory of Tom DeGloma whose commitment to Hope House was an inspiration to all.