ASHLAND, Ore. – Children who live at the Salvation Army Hope House, transitional facility for those facing homelessness, were asked to capture their hopes and dreams on film. Thursday night, those hopes and dreams were unveiled to the public.
15 children, ages 5 to 13, were given a special photo lesson in September. Then they were asked to use what they learned. The photographs they have taken will be featured on holiday cards that will be available for purchase Thursday night during the unveiling event. All of the proceeds will go to benefiting Hope House.
Each of the child’s photos is also enlarged on canvas and will be auctioned off to raise money for the Salvation Army. The public was invited to the event at TC Chevy in Ashland. For every test drive on Friday through Sunday, TC Chevy will donate $25 to the Salvation Army.