Spooner House benefits from grant
ACT/Spooner House received a $2,100 grant from Alternative Gifts International.
Alternative Gifts International is a non-profit that raises humanitarian aid for projects around the world. Each fall, hundreds of community organizations, churches, schools and individuals host Alternative Gift Markets where shoppers learn about the geo-political and environmental causes of suffering, and have the opportunity to purchase alternative gifts to relieve that suffering while honoring family and friends.
Spooner House was nominated for this grant by Pastor Timothy Hare of Huntington United Methodist Church. Linda Reznik coordinated the Huntington UMC Alternative Gift Market last fall.