RiverScene Magazine has recently posted
Three Lake Havasu City nonprofits are now featured on the RiverScene Magazine YouTube channel. They include The Clothes Closet, Cooking for Cancer and Faith and Grace.
Here are brief descriptions of each of these nonprofits and the YouTube link where you can view them.
The Heidi Edwards Cooking for Cancer Foundation is a non-profit organization providing short term financial assistance to patients and their families in their battle against cancer.
To view the video of The Heidi Edwards Cooking for Cancer Foundation, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdOozU096-U
The Clothes Closet/Havasu H.O.P.E provides clothing and a place that restores hope, worthiness, respect and dignity using existing relationships and community resources to help individual and families obtain needed services.
To view the video that was sponsored by local business Campbell Redi-Mix, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lT8_WQAHmIM
Faith and Grace are the only two shelters for women and children feeling domestic violence in Lake Havasu City.
Faith House provides immediate, emergency services to women and children who need a safe place to escape domestic violence. The many forms of domestic violence include physical, sexual, emotional, financial, verbal or living in fear and isolation away from their friends and family. Domestic abuse is not a disagreement, a marital spat, or an anger management problem. It’s reflected as living constantly with aggressive behavior.
Grace House provides transitional, subsidized housing and services to women and their children who have stabilized at Faith House but still need services to help prepare them for their new lives.
To view the Faith and Grace video that was sponsored by Georgeann Hoover of Coldwell Banker, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOA8OMPopQg
If you are a business and you would like to sponsor a video of a Lake Havasu nonprofit that is near to your heart, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org . These videos are posted to our RiverScene Magazine YouTube Channel.