FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
January 9, 2019
Contact: Beth Mallett
Teens Experiencing Homelessness Create Art for Auction in support of Huckleberry House, hosted by Next Level Trainings
COLUMBUS, OH– Members of the media are invited to attend this special Art Gala in support of Huckleberry House. This event is open to the public.
WHO: Huckleberry House & Next Level Trainings
WHAT: Art Gala and Silent Auction
WHEN: Saturday, January 12, 7:00 pm- 9:45 pm
WHERE: Glass Axis, 610 W. Town St Columbus, Ohio 43215
DETAILS: Guests will be invited to bid on live and silent auction items containing amateur and professional art as well as art created by the youth served at Huckleberry House. Space has been provided by the Glass Axis. This family-friendly event (no alcohol) is open to the public.
This event is part of the Next Level Trainings fundraising campaign to raise $117,000, collect 1,500 tangible goods, physically improve the facility and provide 3,700 hours of volunteer hours in support of Huckleberry House.
The Columbus Huckleberry House is open to Ohio teen-youth in need of shelter, food or safety.
For information on Next Level Trainings, visit: www.nextleveltrainings.com For information on the fundraising campaign, visit: www.nextleveltrainings.com/huckleberryhouse
About Huckleberry House
Started in 1970 as a shelter for runaway teens, Huckleberry House serves young people and families in crisis. The organization’s four core programs include a 24-hour shelter for teens, an 18-month transitional living program for young adults who have experienced homelessness and are preparing to live independently in permanent housing, a youth outreach team that connects young people with resources and a family support counseling program with an expertise in adolescent cognitive behavior practices.
To learn more visit: huckhouse.org