May 2011 Newsletter

House of Blue Hope Foundation

Overcoming poverty through education… one child at a time.

May 2011,  Vol 3  Issue 2

Strides for Kids!

It’s our annual charity walk and it will be bigger and better than last year!  Starting at 10am in Whitnall park, there will be the traditional 5k walk/run, with food, entertainment, raffle/silent auction, and tons of fun!  Register for the walk here. This year, we are having a contest for who raises the most pledges as well!  To raise pledges, you will have your own fund raising web page – just email Jenna at jriedi@houseofbluehope.org to get set up!

News From Tanzania – Meet Frank

Frank is 11 years old and has had a rough start to life.  His father was murdered and his mother has been in jail for most of his childhood.  Frank joined the House of Blue Hope program and moved into the house in Fall of 2010.  He is really enjoying school and his studies, and especially loves learning English, which he practices every night with the Blue Hope tutor, Patrick.  Frank wants to go into politics and become a government leader when he grows up.  Meet the rest of the Blue Hope boys!

Second Annual Poker Tournament

Join us for our second annual poker tournament!

Who: YOU!

What: Our second annual poker tournament is a fund raiser for the House of Blue Hope Foundation.  The three finalist will receive a prize as well as everyone who makes it to the final table will receive an additional prize for their accomplishment!  There will be a beginners table for those who want to play, but are new to the game.   Come to play, and bring your friends to enjoy the amazing food and drinks at Center Court!  **If you bring two friends who also play, your first buy-in will be free!

Please email jriedi@houseofbluehope.org if you have any questions!

Where: Center Court Pub and Grille (1118 N. 4th Street, Milwaukee)

When: Friday, June 3 starting at 7pm

Register Now here before the seats fill up!

Happy Birthday to our board president, Billy Bludgus!

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *