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Thanks to a grant from Circle 555, we will be able to give an age-appropriate Bible to every child who attends Sidewalk Hope! This will be a special day as we teach the importance of God's Word and pray for each child as they receive their Bibles.Find out more »
Truth and Treat has become a wonderful tradition at Sidewalk Hope. Each volunteer is loaded with candy as the children move from one candy stop to the next. Children receive their candy with a word of truth, a scripture, or an individual prayer. This has proven to be a very meaningful time not only for our children and teens, but also for the volunteers who speak truth to our children. We look forward to this Fall event each year!Find out more »
We are so excited to announce that Sidewalk Hope has been invited to participate in the annual So You Think You Can Dance, Spartanburg! fund-raising event. Sidewalk Hope children will be dancing along with ten other community groups to raise funds and awareness for their missions. You can vote for the Sidewalk Hope team online, by mail, or vote the night of the event. Voting has already started, so please vote for your favorite team (SIDEWALK HOPE) today! Each vote is $10…Find out more »
Sidewalk Hope's mission is to impact the lives of children in our inner-city through the hope of Jesus Christ. For four years, we have ministered to these children, right in the heart of our city. The challenges they face on a daily basis can be overwhelming.... Sidewalk Hope is making an impact and you can be part of this mission to bring positive change to the heart of our city!
Ticket sales for the breakfast have closed in order to submit a final headcount for food to our venue. However, donation/sponsorship opportunities remain open if you are led to partner with Sidewalk Hope for this event. If you missed tickets for this event, mark your calendar for September 9th! Our annual Luncheon of Love event is another opportunity you won't want to miss!!Find out more »
PLEASE NOTE the current dress code for the Piedmont Club below:
Gentlemen are required to wear a jacket at all times in all areas of the club. Ties are suggested, but not required.
May wear a dress or blazer with skirt or tailored slacks, suits (including business pantsuit) are appropriate, or they may wear tailored pants with a blouse or sweater.
T-Shirts, sweatshirts, or other shirt without collar; athletic attire, tennis shoes, shorts, jeans (regardless of value), denim jackets, untucked shirts, and baseball caps.
10/19/2019 ATTENTION: This event has been moved to INDIGO HALL, 190 Ezell Street, in downtown Spartanburg due to weather conditions. Mark your calendars for a night of family fun at the Sidewalk Hope-down! There will be fun for the whole family with barbecue, desserts, square dancing, old-fashioned cake walks, games for children & families, a corn hole tournament, family fall pictures, and more! Proceeds from the event will benefit the Sidewalk Hope ministry and the children they serve. When: Saturday,…Find out more »