MAY 11, 2010 ––
MEDINA, TEXAS –– Kevin McDonald, President & Chief Executive Officer of Arms of Hope (AOH) announced today the Jim & Judy Fox Family Living Center ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 13, 2010. The ceremony will begin at 11:00 a.m. The building has six efficiency apartments and accommodations for an onsite case manager. The residents of the facility will include graduates of the Medina Children’s Home Residential Child Care program and mothers with small children. “We are very excited about the event we have planned,” explained McDonald. “I am confident this facility will help change the lives of less fortunate children and their families during these difficult times. We are thankful for donors like Jim & Judy Fox who make what we do possible.” The event will be held outside the Jim & Judy Fox Family Living Center, 21300 State Hwy 16 N, Medina Texas. The event will feature Arms of Hope senior management and board members along with the donors, Jim & Judy Fox, and their family. Informal tours of the facility will follow the ceremony. The public is welcome to attend.
ABOUT ARMS OF HOPE Youth & Family Solutions:
Arms of Hope is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charity focused on changing the lives of children and families in crisis by providing a loving Christian environment in which they can grow and develop. AOH is located on two campuses, one in Medina, Texas founded in 1958 and another in Quinlan, Texas founded in 1924. AOH has two primary programs, Residential Group Care and Mother-Child Care. The Residential Group Care program provides a warm, loving, family-like, Christian environment where children can grow up safe and secure and develop to their full potential. The Mother-Child Care program focuses on keeping families with no husband or father figure together by providing basic necessities of life in a safe and nurturing atmosphere while helping single mothers obtain an education and vocational training. Both of these programs have helped change countless lives over the past eighty-four (84) years.