When the Leadership Anson Class of 2012 held its graduation ceremony on June 12, the nonprofit organization known as Circles of Hope had no idea that they would be presented with a monetary donation.
Circles of Hope would like to extend their sincerest gratitude to the Leadership Anson Class of 2012 for contributing so generously. Because the Class of 2012 gave in such a prolific way, now even more can be done through Circles of Hope to empower families to end the cycle of poverty in their lives.
Circles of Hope is very grateful for the donation given by the Leadership Anson Class of 2012. However, the motivation behind their benevolent gesture is worth more to Circles of Hope than any monetary value. And here’s why: because it means the Leadership Anson Class of 2012 felt strongly enough about the work Circles of Hope is doing in Anson County to organize a fundraiser that would generate funding for their cause.
Circles of Hope recognizes the incredible efforts of the Leadership Anson Class of 2012 made to organize a successful fundraiser. So, to the Leadership Anson Class of 2012, thanks so much for supporting Circles of Hope and our efforts to improve the living conditions of hard-working families in Anson County.
Rev. Stephen L. Shytle
Pastor, Bethel-New Hope-Long Pine Charge,
United Methodist Church
Circles of Hope