Maple Producers Bolster New Hope…

Throughout February, a portion of all sales on SmokyLakeMaple.com will go to support the very worthy nonprofit organization, New Hope Center, Inc.

The Mission at New Hope Center:

Inspire freedom and independence in the lives of people with disabilities. New Hope pledges to support, enrich, and empower those we serve.
New Hope treats each relationship with respect, putting their needs and interests first.

https://www.newhopeinc.org/about-us

How Did We Select New Hope Center?

We learned about New Hope Center through one of our team members, Alysha Karstetter. In addition to helping nights at Smoky Lake in our Fulfillment Support, Alysha is also a well-known and respected pillar in our local community. Honestly, she is one of the kindest, most inspirational women you’ll ever meet. Aside from helping nights at Smoky Lake, Alysha is a full time Production Supervisor at the New Hope Center in their “Made By ME” screen printing department. This division of New Hope Center is a place where folks with disabilities can learn valuable job skills, hands on. You can learn more about this particular program and see Alysha in action in the below video.

The Made by ME program is just one of the many ways New Hope Center is helping folks with disabilities in our community. They have a wide variety of programs which you can learn more about on their website.

If you would like to learn more about the screen printing services in New Hope Center’s Made By ME department, you can contact Alysha directly at 920-849-9351. It’s a great way you may choose to directly support this excellent non-profit! Their screen printing prices are very reasonable and well done. Best of all you can certainly feel good knowing that you are supporting a great cause!

New Hope Center, Inc has received top marks on Charity Navigator. Including a 100% “Give with Confidence” rating. Thank you for helping us support this great cause, to empower folks with disabilities in our community so that they can achieve greater independence and freedom.

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