The Birth of HALO Jefferson City
HALO Jefferson City was started with a goal of funding the HALO Mengo home in Kampala, Uganda. This home provides food, water, shelter, clothing, education, art therapy, and mentors for 20 girls who once lived on the streets. The children at this home will be able to live a life without fear or worry about where their next meal will come from. Click here for more information: Mengo Girls Home
HALO recently opened a HALO Center for homeless and at-risk youth of Jefferson City. The center will serve as a safe-haven with future-focused programming and educational workshops.
JC ArtReach Auction: Friday, March 8, 2013
Mark your calendar for Friday, March 8, 2013 for the 5th Annual Jefferson City ArtReach Auction. All proceeds from Jefferson City support the HALO Jefferson City Branch. Get tickets now.
Special thanks to our 2012 presenting sponsors:
Join HALO Jefferson City
It took one person for HALO to be born, one to write and develop programs, another to donate, one more to start a branch in another town, one to serve as an international HALO ambassador, one to volunteer at an event, one to serve in U.S. residential homes. Each one makes HALO grow. Each one makes a difference. You are one. You can make a difference. The possibilities are endless. To get involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org. To donate to the Jefferson City HALO branch, click here and enter “Jefferson City” in the box labeled “in tribute to,” or mail a check to HALO Headquarters and write Jefferson City in the memo of your check. All proceeds from Jefferson City support the HALO Jefferson City Branch. Read more about the Mengo Home here. The Director of the HALO Jefferson City branch is Joyce Neuenswander; Betty Sundermeyer serves as the Director of Operations; and Elle Benage is the Jefferson City Learning Center Director.