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Would you like to volunteer for the community from the comfort of your own kitchen? If so, consider becoming a dinner donor for Boys Hope Girls Hope! We are looking for dinner donations (one main dish and a side) during the school year. Dinner is for 16 scholars (teens) and two adults. Please bring ready-to-serve dishes to Regis Jesuit High School Boys Division between 2:30 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. Dinner is at 5:00 p.m. Please call the Academy phone, 720.347.5849, when you get to RJHS or on your way and we will send scholars or staff to meet you at the front doors.
We have access to a refrigerator, freezer, microwave, crock pot, and an electric roaster (which we use for warming large casseroles in aluminum pans - up to 20.5x13). We do not have access to an oven or stovetop. If you are looking for recipe ideas, we have some listed on our website. If possible, please avoid pork or serve pork products (bacon bits, etc.) on the side. Another helpful hint - bringing meals/sides/salads in aluminum pans, 9X13inch (or so, does not need to be exact), helps with carrying, serving, and leftovers. All crockpots will also be scheduled for return!
Not a cook?
Through the generosity of local restaurants, occasionally meals will be donated. You can sign up to pick up the dinner and deliver to Regis Jesuit High School Boys Division by 4:30 p.m. High School students may be eligible for service hours. Please contact Kelsey Boeckermann directly at email@example.com or call 513.226.3013 to get hours verified.
Boys Hope Girls Hope truly appreciates your generosity and commitment.
Boys Hope Girls Hope Office: 720.524.2061
BHGH Program Coordinator at RJHS Kelsey Boeckermann at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 513.226.3013.
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3090 S. Jamaica Ct. #212, Aurora, CO 80014, US
Our mission is to nurture and guide motivated young people in need to become well-educated, career-ready men and women for others.
At BHGHCO, education is seen as the key to self-sufficiency and college is the avenue towards a career for a stable future. For over 25 years, BHGHCO has been providing a pathway to a successful future for young people who have the ambition and determination to achieve a college education and a life of service but do not have the supports to reach this goal. We believe that motivated children can overcome significant barriers and develop their inherent talents when engaged in strong relationships and opportunities for academic and character development. By opening a doorway of opportunity for these young scholars through year-round college-preparatory supports, they are able to thrive in an environment that empowers them and allows them to develop their life skills and strengths.
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6300 S Lewiston WayAuroraAurora, CO 80016
January 28, 2020