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East Palo Alto Homeless Shelter Hosts White Party Fashion Show To Support UnHoused Adults

Original post made by Cynthia Corpuz, East Palo Alto, on Feb 10, 2015

Project WeHOPE (stands for We Help Other People Excel) is hosting a white party, fashion show luncheon on March 21, 2015 at the Palo Alto Elks Lodge to benefit the most underserved members of our community, by providing funding for its ongoing Supportive Housing Program and Services. The theme of the event is “Giving Out Of A Pure Heart.”

Project WeHOPE’s goal is to raise $50,000 through the event. That money will go towards assisting the most vulnerable members of our community to come out of homelessness through our supportive housing program, where we address the systemic issues that lead to homelessness.

Clients in our program attend classes that deal with financial education, addiction, communication skills, job readiness, accountability, anger management, art therapy, and nutrition and cooking.

For more information on Project WeHOPE, please visit our website @

Comments (1)

Posted by Britney
a resident of Barron Park
on Feb 11, 2015 at 2:30 pm

I love what Project WeHOPES does for those less fortunate. The clients receive a cooked meal, laundry services, hygiene kits each night.

It's a blessing to give back.

Thank you-
Britney Marie

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