Fall 2021 Program Schedule Newsletter is Here!
Journey to Hope offers coaching and support groups at little or no-cost to anyone living within the Greater Cincinnati community. We are here to walk with you as you take your next step and grow into the best version of yourself. With a variety of resources and a system of support at your disposal, we’re confident you will find hope in whatever aspect of life in which you’re seeking it —whether that be emotionally, financially, or physically. We hope you’ll join us! Read our 2021-01-12 Winter-Spring Newsletter v.1
How’s it Work? Easy! Purchase a Pig for $5 each on behalf of Journey to Hope. For each Pig purchased, you have a chance to win on Flying Pig Marathon Weekend and Journey to Hope receives 100% of your donation! Awesome.
Raffle Details: Prior to Flying Pig Marathon Weekend, October 29-31 all the purchased Pig tickets will be matched up with a numbered Pig. The person “purchasing the pigs” has a chance to win some fabulous prizes (please see below), if their pig is one of the first 3 down the chute at the Official “Pig Drop” on Sunday morning! You do not need to be present to win but everyone is welcome to join the Pig Drop!
- 1st Place: $10,000 Cash ($5,000 to winning ticket holder and $5,000 to the charity who sold the ticket)
- 2nd Place: $5,000 Cash ($2,500 to winning ticket holder and $2,500 to the charity who sold the ticket)
- 3rd Place: Cincinnati Get-Away Experience! (Valued at over $1,500)
There are other incentives, too!
For every 4 pigs ($20 donation), you will receive a Stress Squeeze Flying Pig Keychain. You may collect your keychain at the JtH office; we cannot mail keychains.
For every 10 pigs ($50 donation), you will be entered in a drawing to win a $100 Amazon Gift Card.
Note: Tickets are tax deductible because JtH is not providing the prize.
Buy Your Ticket NOW! Winners will be announced at the Pig Drop on Sunday, October 31st. You do not need to be present to win!
Recent StoriesJourney to Hope is dedicated to changing lives through the healing process and power of group-based discussions and discoveries. Read the stories of people who took their first step, and hear how Journey to Hope supported them when they needed help or guidance during trying times.
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- When Jaelyn Davis lost her best friend unexpectedly, grief consumed her. Unlike other emotions, grief presents itself as a vicious cycle – one that is not linear in nature – but instead one that can generate feelings of anger, which can then turn to sadness, then to confusion, then to acceptance, but suddenly and unexpectedly, […]Read More »
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- For a stay-at-home father transitioning into part-time work, it can be difficult to find one’s footing and reemerge into the professional world. “You’re at a stage in life when you’re really trying to recalibrate yourself,” Patrick Kerin says. Patrick is a part-time adjunct professor and field supervisor at the University of Cincinnati, and prior to […]Read More »