Upcoming & Past Events
4th Annual Interpretations of Hope Event
Location: Hopkins Center for the Arts, 1111 Mainstreets, Hopkins, MN 55305
Wine & Beer Tasting, Reveal of our Paintings done by some amazing children, DJ, Pat Combs, Games, food and more
Cost of Tickets – $40 per person before the event and $50 per person the day of the event.
You can now go online and purchase your tickets to our fabulous event on 4/9/2016…. just click on the link and away you go. Any questions let me know – Kim @612-599-4221. Thank you.
Wine Vendor for the tasting will be Cannon River Winery. Thank you so much to them for being our wine sponsor for the tasting. https://cannonriverwinery.com/
Beer Vendor for the tasting will be Boom Ilsand Breweing. Thank you so much to them for being our beer sponsor for the tasting. http://boomislandbrewing.com/
This event is open to the public.
2016 Painting For Hope Event
Thank you to our Sponsors of this event Art and Elixir, https://www.artandelixir.com/ and Poor Richards Restaurant Commonhouse, http://poorrichardscommonhouse.com we appreciate everything that you have done for us….
Artist in attendance
Megan and Grace Nurnberger
Kayden and Peyton Culp
Jillian and Delaney Taylor
Ashley & Brittany Calhoun
This paintings will be revealed at our annual Interpretations of Hope event on 4/9/2016 at the Hopkins Center for the Arts, 1111 Mainstreet, Hopkins, MN…
Any questions contact Kim Anderson at email@example.com
How can you help?
Blair’s Tree of Hope Non-Profit Foundation is hosting its 4th annual Interpretations of Hope event on Saturday, April 9, 2016. The event will be held at the Hopkins Center for the Arts, 1111 Main Street, Hopkins MN 55343.
This event is being held to raise funds to help families who have a child(ren) going through a Pediatric Cancer, Pediatric Blood Disorder or Pediatric Bone Marrow Journey at either the Minneapolis Children’s or the U of MN Masonic Children’s Hospitals.
These families spend weeks, sometimes even months in the hospitals and we help them with gas cards, Target/Walmart cards, grocery cards, parking passes and much more. Since inception on 7/31/2007, we have processed all of the applications that the social workers send to us for the families. Our current budget is set to help 140 families and we will surpass that number.
We ask you to consider our request for a donation of product or sponsorship of our event. Know that your donation and/or sponsorship will help us give HOPE to these families in their time of need.
Please feel free to contact me if you need any additional information either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 612-599-4221.
MN Wild December Charity – BTOH
On December 3rd the Board Members of Blair’s Tree of Hope will have a table set up by the main doors at the MN Wild Game. We will have give aways and an opportunity to win a MN Wild Basket or a beautifully handmade quilt – MN Wild. Look for the orange shirts – stop by and say hello and learn how you can Help Other People Everyday! HOPE
This month’s Innovative Office Solutions Charity Of The Month is Blair’s Tree of Hope, an organization helping the families of children who have been hospitalized with a life threatening illness.
More info: http://ow.ly/VlsAp
We are busy working with Jim Wagner of Wagner’s Drive Inn, Heidi Kaliher, Harrison Electric, Deb Wingert and the volunteers who help to serve and provide our 8th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner to the U of M Masonic Hospital including the patients, families, docs, nurses and the rest of the staff.
This is a traditional meal of Turkey, Ham, Mashed Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Green Beans, Salad with Raspberry Dressing, Cupcakes by Heidi. The families and staff who enjoy the meal are very appreciative to eat a normal meal and not from a vending machine or a microwave meal… Thank you to all who help us make this possible….
For the second year in a row we thank Joe and Chris Gottlieb for their donation for our annual Thanksgiving Dinner at the U of MN Masonic in honor of their daughter Abigail Jan. Abigal had open heart surgery in 2013 along with subsequent complications for a 22 day hospital stay at U of MN Masonic.
Quote from Chris “We are very blessed people to have had such great care at Amplatz, and we were so thankful for your organization’s gift of a real Thanksgiving Dinner after such a traumatic week. To give their personal time and effort just to help us meant so much. So we wanted to support your efforts as Thanksgiving is coming up this year – I guess you could say this in in honor of our Abigail Jan Gottlieb just being here with us, but it is really in support of remembering how much that dinner meant to us and helping the folks who will be there fighting this year.”
From or family to yours we wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday and know how very thankful we are to each and everyone of you!