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The first annual Hearts for Hope dinner supporting the Hosacks in Honduras is on August 26, 2017, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at FUMC Allen. At the dinner,  Steven and Lauren Hosack will deliver a program about their work at the House of Hope in Puerto Lempira, Honduras.

Steven and Lauren Hosack, homegrown missionaries from Collin County and Allen High School graduates, serve as volunteer directors at the House of Hope. The House of Hope is home to partially disabled children while they continue their education as well as malnourished babies and their families. While the number of residents varies, as babies are able to return to their home villages, approximately 35-45 people live in the House of Hope.

The Hosacks are responsible for raising their own operating funds. This year’s goal is $50,000 to cover food, insurance, travel, and other living expenses. Also, with the birth of their daughter, the Hosacks have outgrown their 9' x 12' living space. They have purchased land and hope to build a home in the next year for the estimated cost of $60,000.

This sit-down dinner is graciously hosted by United Methodist Men, Women in Mission, and the  Mission Committee from First United Methodist Church of Allen. The meal is catered by Fed by Faith.

Tickets are $15 online and $20 at the door. Visit this link to purchase.

First United Methodist Church of Allen is located at 601 S Greenville Ave in Allen.

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