Hope Works Exhibit
This spring Peaceful Paths celebrates 50 years of creating hope in our community. To recognize this milestone, we'd like to invite you to join us at the Hope Works Art Exhibition, which will be held at our Outreach office between April 5th and May 5th, 2024.
Peaceful Path's Outreach Office: 2100 NW 53rd Avenue
Cost: $10 donation at the door (cash/credit/Venmo accepted).
Opening Night - April 5, 2024
5pm - 7pm
Closing Night - May 5, 2024
4pm - 7pm
Regular Gallery Hours
April 5 - May 5
Tuesdays 12PM to 3PM
Thursdays 4PM to 7PM
Private tours outside of these days and times can also be arranged by contacting Dr. Theresa Beachy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep checking back for additional information as the event gets closer.
Sponsor Part Our Tree of Hope Display:
Throughout the exhibit a Tree of Hope mural will be installed in our Outreach lobby and unveiled on closing night. Businesses and individual supporters that are ready to purchase a leaf for the Tree of Hope should click the button below. If you have any questions, please email our Executive Director at email@example.com.
Your support fuels critical services in a time when we are facing unprecedented
funding gaps (learn more here). With your help, we can continue bringing hope to survivors and families in the community.
Help Us Grow Our Tree of Hope
Share your Story of Hope:
Your story means the world to us! As we move into our 50th year of saving lives and creating change, we want to hear from you about how Peaceful Paths made a change in your life. We are focusing on the idea of Hope, but anything you would like to share would be appreciated. You can follow the writing prompts below, or email us with your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org We hope to receive these stories before March 1. We will keep all stories anonymous. Thank you for helping us share how Hope Works in your life!
What would you want another survivor to know about Peaceful Paths?
What is one thing you can now hope for in your future since coming to Peaceful Paths?
What was one time you felt hopeless, and how has that changed with services from Peaceful Paths?
How has being hopeful changed your life?