HopeHealth Benefits from Leadership Florence's Project High Five

posted on Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Led by the Leadership Florence class of 2012, Project High Five is a local effort to raise awareness and financial support for organizations in the Florence area representing heritage, hope, humanity, health, and heroes.  Project High Five is about celebrating these organizations' efforts and nurturing their causes.  This year, the five charities that Project High Five is supporting are Florence Little Theatre (heritage), Harvest Hope Food Bank (hope), Guardian ad Litem Program (humanity), HopeHealth (health), and The Naomi Project (heroes).   

Project High Five will honor the charities and their causes from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 28 at Creek Ratz in Florence.  A $5 entrance fee includes food, beverages, and live entertainment by DJ Denis Davis of 103X.    

If you are interested in purchasing tickets or becoming a sponsor, please call the Florence Chamber of Commerce at 843.665.0515.

More about Leadership Florence

Leadership Florence is a nine-month program designed to identify, cultivate and motivate new leadership for the Greater Florence Area. Participants increase their knowledge of the Greater Florence area and enhance their involvement in community activities while further developing their leadership skills. The Program runs from September through May and ends with a graduation in June.  HopeHealth enters one or two employees into the program each year. Currently Ann Mays, Front Office Manager, and Deena Hilton, Chief Operations Officer, are in the program and will graduate in June. 


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HopeHealth Benefits from Leadership Florence's Project High Five

posted on Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Led by the Leadership Florence class of 2012, Project High Five is a local effort to raise awareness and financial support for organizations in the Florence area representing heritage, hope, humanity, health, and heroes.  Project High Five is about celebrating these organizations' efforts and nurturing their causes.  This year, the five charities that Project High Five is supporting are Florence Little Theatre (heritage), Harvest Hope Food Bank (hope), Guardian ad Litem Program (humanity), HopeHealth (health), and The Naomi Project (heroes).   

Project High Five will honor the charities and their causes from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 28 at Creek Ratz in Florence.  A $5 entrance fee includes food, beverages, and live entertainment by DJ Denis Davis of 103X.    

If you are interested in purchasing tickets or becoming a sponsor, please call the Florence Chamber of Commerce at 843.665.0515.

More about Leadership Florence

Leadership Florence is a nine-month program designed to identify, cultivate and motivate new leadership for the Greater Florence Area. Participants increase their knowledge of the Greater Florence area and enhance their involvement in community activities while further developing their leadership skills. The Program runs from September through May and ends with a graduation in June.  HopeHealth enters one or two employees into the program each year. Currently Ann Mays, Front Office Manager, and Deena Hilton, Chief Operations Officer, are in the program and will graduate in June. 



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