Mission House launches ‘Pave the Path to Hope’ campaign


Mission House, a nonprofit homeless day facility in Jacksonville Beach, recently created a new initiative aimed at helping increase the number of individuals and families back to productive and self-sufficient lives.

Through the “Pave the Path to Hope” campaign, donors can purchase an engraved brick to cement their legacy with helping people who are homeless. These bricks are being laid in between the existing pathway to Mission House’s client entrance.

"Our hope is that clients walking into Mission House for the first time will recognize this pathway to hope and with each step, they will feel a sense of support from their community," said Mission House Executive Director Lori Anderson.

For $250, donors can engrave their legacy and help complete the path to hope for an individual or family in need. Proceeds from each brick sale will support the Mission House Endowment, assuring basic services of hot meals, clothing and showers will never be jeopardized. The endowment assures these life-saving services will continue on well into the future.

To learn more or get involved, visit www.missionhousejax.org.