As part of a transformational service project for a local non-profit organization, Next Level Trainings raised $117,000 for the Huckleberry House in just 39 days. In addition, the team of leaders collected 1,500 tangible goods, improved a Huckleberry House facility, and donated 3,700 hours of volunteer support. Members of the media are invited to attend a special check presentation in support of Huckleberry House and the youth of Columbus.
Teens all across central Ohio go to Huckleberry House, if they are in need of shelter and other resources are received and treated with unconditional kindness and respect. The 19th class of Next Level Trainings is supporting Huckleberry House with two Facility Improvement Days. Huckleberry House is a non-profit organization that provides emergency shelter services, a youth crisis hotline, and counseling services along with a transitional living program for formerly homeless youth ages 17-22 in Columbus.
The 19th leadership class of Next Level Trainings, as part of it’s transformational curriculum has created a large-scale community service project for a local non-profit organization. The 2018-2019 class has chosen to support Huckleberry House. Next Level Trainings has committed to raise $117,000 for the Huckleberry House. The campaign runs until January 24, 2019. In just 18 days the campaign has raised over $50,000. The team of leaders, dedicated to be the change we want in this world…
Members of the media are invited to attend this special Art Gala in support of Huckleberry House. This event 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.