ROANOKE - The Apostolic Christian Home's board of directors understands the importance of the Home being part of a generous and giving community.
Year after year, it has become apparent the community cares about the facility and community members have shown their appreciation through volunteering, making donations and supporting it by providing entertainment and interactive recreational programs. But, the support is even more apparent this time of year when the AC Home totals up the money raised at its annual Homecoming Day benefit. This year that total is currently at $177,000 with money still trickling in, making it is one of the benefit’s most successful years.
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“It is truly amazing the support that comes from this community,” AC Home administrator Nate Hoffman said. “We cannot thank them enough for their support to have another hugely successful benefit.”
He added the community gives back by coming together and supporting what it considers an asset. And, without a lot of helping hands, putting on a successful benefit simply would not be possible.
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