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Published: Tuesday, 2/12/2013

ISOH/IMPACT raises money for new building

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Supplies being packed for an ISOH/IMPACT project. Supplies being packed for an ISOH/IMPACT project.
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ISOH/IMPACT, a local company which helps communities with disaster relief, has scheduled a 2013 Hope Gala for Feb. 28 to raise money to build an International Hope Center.

The event, hosted and sponsored by the Hilton Garden Inn at Levis Commons, is to begin at 6 p.m. with a reception and a silent auction, followed by the program at 7 p.m. WTVG 13abc anchorman Jeff Smith will emcee the event. Music provided by harpist Joy Campbell.

The goal of this year’s gala is to raise money needed to build the center on ISOH’s acreage on S. Wilkinson Way in Levis Commons by matching the grant provided by the Diehl Family Foundation.

The new 15,282 square foot facility will double the capacity of the current warehouse in Waterville and will serve as the only dedicated distribution center for disaster relief aid in this community.

A spacious sorting area, a more efficient warehouse space with loading docks, ample parking, medical

services, offices and meeting rooms will create a hub where the community can gather, sort and pack

supplies, train for upcoming missions, and distribute aid all from one convenient location.

To learn more about the gala and register for tickets, go to www.isohimpact.org.



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