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The 18th Annual Harvest of Hope at Home
Cornerstone School to Celebrate Success at Annual Fundraiser
Birmingham, AL – Cornerstone Schools of Alabama is pleased to host the 18th Annual Harvest of Hope, a gourmet meal delivery event. Harvest of Hope at Home will be held on Thursday, October 21.
Cornerstone’s Harvest of Hope is an annual fundraiser attended by Birmingham’s business and community leaders. This year’s Harvest of Hope will be an “at-home” event. Guests will enjoy a three-course meal for two and a carefully curated wine pairing, delivered to your home! Sponsors and their guests will enjoy exclusive Cornerstone gifts and the chance to win a trip for six to St. James Club in Antigua.
“The purpose of Harvest of Hope is to raise funds for Cornerstone Schools so they can continue to provide spiritual, academic, and scholarship support to their students,” said Buffie Hymer, President of Cornerstone’s Women’s Service Board. “Cornerstone offers excellent academics and truly prepares their students for the future. Our hope is to continue to provide support for our students to help them reach their goals and succeed.”
We invite you to be an event sponsor or purchase a cooler package. The deadline for orders will be Thursday, October 7th. All proceeds will directly benefit the nearly 700 K4-12th grade students at Cornerstone Schools of Alabama.
“We are excited about this year’s Harvest at Home event and continue to be blessed by continuous support from the community,” said Cornerstone President, Dr. Nita Carr. “The mission and work of Cornerstone would not be possible without our generous community friends and partners.”
For sponsorship information and cooler packages for this event, please contact Mary Claire McDougald at 205.769.0278 or visit our website at csalabama.org.
Cornerstone’s mission is to inspire and develop critically thinking and compassionate young people in a Christ-centered learning community that is committed to academic excellence and character development. We strive to empower students to be responsible and productive citizens of the world, all to the glory of God.