Seven Hills Homeless Center in Fayetteville received $1,000 from the Chase Family Foundation to fund operations to end homelessness
in Northwest Arkansas. The Chase Family Foundation was started in early 2008 by Susan Chase in honor of her parents Rex and Glada Chase. The foundation’s purpose is to help individuals and organizations get critically needed financial support and volunteer participation.
Seven Hills has three service lines, the Walker Family Residential Community, the FICASSO Project, and the Day Center. The Seven Hills Day Center is located at 1555 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Seven Hills and was established in 2000 to help homeless people get the support they need to become self sufficient. The day center offers men, women, and children a place to get the resources they need to get jobs, housing, as well as food, showers, clothes, internet and telephone access and many other things most of us take for granted. Most progress toward ending homelessness is accomplished during the day. To learn more about Seven Hills Homeless Center, go to www.sevenhillscenter.org.
For more information on the Chase Family Foundation, contact John Bakker at 479-601-4800. Gifts can be sent to P.O. Box 288, Springdale, Arkansas 72764.