The 2016 Harvest of Hope that is a one day dinner and fundraiser at Meadowbrook Park in Bascom, OH has been canceled this year.
However, Harvest of Hope will continue to raise money this year for F.A.C.T. by accepting monetary donations and having raffles at Rock Run Bulk Foods. (Details below)
Since 2005, this fundraiser has raised $82,000 for F.A.C.T. (Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment – www.factsenecacounty.org) The monies raised assist Seneca County cancer patients with some of the expenses they incur.
Thank you to All of the Sponsors, Volunteers and Supporters who have attended and/or participated making previous Harvests of Hope successful.
The goal is to resume the Harvest of Hope next year at Meadowbrook Park on Nov. 5, 2017. This fundraiser at Meadowbrook Park in Bascom, OH occurs the first Sunday in November each year. It includes an all you can eat menu of Hobo Stew and chicken noodle soup as well as sides and desserts. Other events include a silent and live auction, bake sale, 50/50 drawing, and more.
You may support the Harvest of Hope this year by making a monetary donation through December 31, 2016 as follows: Mail, Charging to a credit card by phone or in person, or dropping off at this address:
Harvest of Hope
c/o Rock Run Bulk Foods
2685 W U.S. Hwy. 224
Tiffin, Ohio 44883
Items you wish to donate to be included in the raffles may be brought to Rock Run by 1:00 P.M. Saturday November 12. Drawings for raffle items that have been donated will be held Saturday, December 17th at 1:00 P.M. Tickets are $1.00 each, 6 for $5, or 40 for $20 and may be purchased through Saturday, December 17th during Rock Run’s store hours. Items for the raffle may be seen at Rock Run Monday through Friday 9 am – 5 pm and Saturday 9 am – 1 pm.
For further information you may call Rock Run at 419-448-7070.
HOPE stands for “Hands Of People Everywhere” and we thank the community in advance for your support.
The Vogel & Staib Familes
All Proceeds donated to F.A.C.T
(Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment)
F.A.C.T. assists cancer patients in Seneca County