Thank you for your support.
Hooktown Holidays, Inc. Treasurer Alethea Hatfield prepares checks to go to local agencies that support our mission to provide nutritious food, warm clothing, and other necessities of life to children, families and other individuals in need in our community. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters in 2020, total donations amount to over $11,000.00. Agencies receiving donations are: Produce Express, Experience Inc., St. Joseph's Soup Kitchen, The Sharing Place, The Salvation Army, A Safe Place, The Veterans Emergency Fund, KIN (kids in need), NW/Second Harvest, Shop with a Cop and The Tidioute Charter School. Hooktown Holiday’s is a local grassroots 501(c)(3) charity serving Warren County now for 8 eight years helping our neighbors in need. This is what we do. It is the only thing we do. We believe it is the right thing to do 365 days a year.
Thank you for your support.
Please join us in supporting this special program. For more information and to learn how our project got started, see this article that was published in the Warren Times Observer.
You can donate through our Facebook Fundraiser at https://www.facebook.com/HooktownHolidays . Donations can also be made to the “Hooktown Holidays / CAC Project” at any Northwest Bank location, or through Hooktown Holidays, Inc. at P.O. Box 1751, Warren, PA 16365. Checks should be made payable to “Hooktown Holidays / CAC Project” and all donations should reference the same. Donations can be made on this site....here.
To learn more about the Warren County Children's Advocacy Center visit their site at https://www.warrencac.org/ .
Thank you for supporting this very important project.
A PDF file is attached with more details or visit here.
Ed Shults of Warren and Hooktown Holidays donate to open Tidioute Community Charter School food bank.
Friends, the following article recently appeared in the Warren Times Observer.
"Tidioute Community Charter School, thanks to a donation, has opened a student food bank. The donation comes from Hooktown Holidays, Inc., a community service organization serving Warren County. The food bank will cost nothing for students and will include items such as food, laundry detergent, band-aids, and feminine products among other basic necessities that the students may be in need of at home..."
Please take a moment to read the entire article here:
Many thanks to Ed Shults of Warren for their generous donation to help children of the Tidioute Community Charter School receive the necessities of life. Thanks to this local business and to you, our many wonderful supporters, Hooktown Holidays actively seeks to fulfill our mission to provide nutritious food, warm clothing, and other necessities of life to children, families and other individuals in need in our community.
Mr. Mat Jones from the Warren County School District Business office accepts a $3,000 donation from Hooktown Holidays Inc. Charity President Terry Pearson. The funds will provide support for the School District Student Food Pantries and other student necessities as required.
Because of you, the generous supporters of Hooktown Holidays, Inc., we are able to continue our mission to provide nutritious food, warm clothing, and other necessities of life to children, families and other individuals in need in our community. You are making a difference! Thank you.
Agencies serving those in need in Warren County receive funds from Hooktown Holidays Inc. for the 2018 fiscal year. Pictured from left, front row: Father Tomassoni, St. Joseph’s Soup Kitchen; Ariel Mickle, Children’s Advocacy Center; Danell Sower, Experience Inc.; Dave Snyder, The Sharing Place; Kelly O’Neill, Hooktown Holidays Board. Back row: Sharon Persing, Hooktown Holidays Secretary; John Webster, Warren County Veterans Council; Pastor Jeff Ewing, Produce Express; Captain Jache, Salvation Army.
If you would like to support Hooktown Holidays, Inc. and its mission to provide nutritious food, warm clothing, and other necessities of life to children, families and other individuals in need in our community and make a donation please visit our Donate page or facebook.com/HooktownHolidays. All major credit cards are accepted or you can mail your donation to: Hooktown Holidays, P.O. Box 1751, Warren, PA 16365. All donations are tax deductible.
Friends, here a super easy way to donate a dollar to Hooktown Holidays and it won't cost you thing exact a minute of your time. Please head on over to the Ed Shults of Warren Facebook page and give it a thumbs up. They'll donate a dollar for each new page like that they receive until January 2. So, a dollar donation is just a couple clicks away. You don't have to be a customer to participate. Each dollar goes toward our mission to provide nutritious food, warm clothing, and other necessities of life to children, families and other individual in need in our community. Please share with family and friends. Thanks for sharing and thanks to Ed Shults of Warren for their generous support.
Here's a link the the Shults page:
Each year Hooktown Holidays supporters provide three scholarships to qualifying senior students in the Warren County School District. Two for Academic Schools and one for a Trade School. The Hooktown Holidays Scholarships are $1,000. each. $500 additional is added after a 3.0 GPA is achieved the first semester. Upon achieving the Dean’s List, a one-time addition of $250 will be awarded, totaling $1,750.
Hooktown Holidays board members recently awarded scholarships for 2018. Pictured from left to right: Hooktown Holidays founder, Terry Pearson: Warren County Career Center Student, Taryn Phillips; Hooktown Holidays Board Member, Ethel DelBalso; Eisenhower High School Student, Naomi Haight; Hooktown Holidays President, Jeff Mckown.
Ms. Phillips will be attending Jamestown Community college to study Nursing. Ms. Haight will study Biology (Pre-Med) at North Park University. Not pictured, Warren Area High School Student, Amanda Johnson, will attend Clarion University to study K-12 Special Education specializing in dyslexia.
It's time again to get ready for the exciting garage sale event that everyone looks forward to each year. This will be our 5th Annual Hooktown Holidays Garage Sale! It will be held on Saturday, August 25, 2018. This year the sale will move back into the Hooktown Neighborhood in order to enjoy that good old fashioned fun garage sale atmosphere. I'll post more details later on. Until then, you can help make this sale the best ever.
Are you minimizing, downsizing, replacing, moving and want to easily get rid of all the useable things you've accumulated but no longer need or want? Please donate them to our Hooktown Holidays Garage Sale! You can deliver it to us at 1201 Conewango Avenue, Warren, PA or call us at 814.688.9979 and we will come to you to pick up your donations. We are lucky to have expanded storage facilities so we can accommodate many more "treasures" for this year's sale. Please alert your family, friends and neighbors to this opportunity to "clean house" and help our neighbors in need.
If you would like, we'll give you a tax receipt for the estimated value of those items. We are a qualified 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and donations are tax-deductible as allowed by U.S. law.
Your generous donations of your unwanted items mean a lot to our mission of providing for those in need in our community. Our annual garage sale is our biggest event and most successful fund raiser of all.
A million thanks for caring and sharing!
Hooktown Holiday's value to the community recognized by local organizations with generous donations.
Hooktown Holidays, Inc. charity received a $500 donation from the Scott Electric Foundation stating the the Foundation Board “recognizes the value of Hooktown Holidays, Inc. to the community” in their mission to provide nutritious food, warm clothing, and other necessities of life to children, families and other individuals in need in our community. Mr. Rob Mckeown (left) receives a certificate of thanks from Hooktown Holidays, Inc. President, Jeff McKown.
The Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie 313 donated $2,000 to Hooktown Holidays, Inc. charity in support of their mission. Pictured at left Jeff McKown, President of Hooktown Holidays receives the donation from Eagles Trustee Ron Hecei and Eagles President John Dickey.
Jennie Miller, Manager of Northwest Savings Warren Commons Branch presents a $500 donation from the Northwest Charitable Foundation to Jeff Mckown, president of Hooktown Holidays, Inc. These funds support Hooktown Holiday's mission to help our community.
Each year Hooktown Holidays supporters provide two scholarships for deserving students. One is for an academics school and one for a trade school. The scholarships are $1,000 each with $500 additional dollars added after a 3.0 GPA is achieved in the first semester. Upon achieving the Dean’s List, a one-time addition of $250 is awarded, bringing the total amount to $1,750.
The 2017 Hooktown Holidays Scholarship for academics was awarded to Jessica Mack. We are happy and proud to say that Jessica excelled at school and met the criteria to not just receive the initial amount but also the additional funds. Achieving both the 3.0 GPA and be placed on the Dean's list. Congratulations Jessica! Well done!
How wonderful to see the results of your continued support of Hooktown Holidays mission to provide nutritious food, warm clothing, and other necessities of life to children, families and other individuals in need in our community. In this case you have helped a young person begin a well deserved journey into a bright future.
If you are not yet a Hooktown Holidays supporter, we invite you to take part as we continue to do the right thing for our community. Please visit our web pages for complete information and you can donate HERE. You can use any major credit card through our PayPal account and you do not have to have a PayPal account to donate.