Over the years Three Sixty has worked with various non-profits, and we always try to find a special project for the holiday season. This year we started a new relationship with Esperanza House, a non-profit organization with a focus on youth development, childcare, education, and advocacy in the Auburn-Opelika area.
Esperanza House plays a vital role in supporting our community, and we have been thrilled to serve with them this holiday season.Kerry Allen, Three Sixty Director of Operations
The mission of Esperanza House is to improve the quality of life for Hispanic children and families. This great organization works to intentionally develop and implement programs that meet the needs of low-income, Hispanic families and their children in such critical areas as mental health, youth development, childcare, education, and advocacy. Founded by Odalys Silvera, Esperanza House currently serves 65 families, with more than 150 children receiving support and tutoring services and more than 80 adults participating with their families in their programs.
We have enjoyed working with Three Sixty this holiday season. Whether it is through hands-on volunteering or monetary donations, we are always thankful for community support!Odalys Silvera, Esperanza House
Want to help? Volunteers are instrumental to the work that Esperanza House does and are a blessing to the children and families served. There are many opportunities to volunteer if you are interested!
Interested in making a monetary donation? Your contributions make a huge difference in the lives of these children and families. Click the links below to learn about current needs and the ways you can support Esperanza House or donate today.