Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, our entire year plan has been affected since March 2020. Please keep in mind we continue to help our community with the MDH guidelines in mind (Facemasks, social distancing, and maintaining good hygiene practice).
SHFC 2021 Local Projects- Draft- All Projects are tentative for now-We are still in the planning phase:
(We add projects to the needs of the local community).
Dates/Months are subjected to change based on the community’s collaboration. Projects will be accomplished, but implementation dates can change.
January – 2020 planning sessions for the entire year.
January – MLK service day project. basic necessities fundraiser and will be collecting socks, underwear, hats, mittens, and blankets.
February– MLK service day project will continue.
February– FMSC Packing Event Preparation, Talent Show Event for Food Drive Preparation, and Fundraising Preparation.
March/ April – Book Drive Preparation: SHFC and HOMS collaboration planning/discussion phase We will be collecting gently used books to be donated to “BFA”
March– Planning Phase for sewing teaching session (teaching children how to sew so they can help makes bags for homeless children). April– teaching sessions will be for our SHFC team members only (Sara, Andrea, and Emily). The fundraising goal for this project is $2,000.
March – Book Drive: Collecting gently used books to be donated to “Books For Africa”. The fundraising goal for this project is 10,000 books
March – Cereal Box drive to help local children and families in need – The goal is 500 boxes or $1,000.
April– GLOBAL YOUTH SERVICE DAY! Turn Hunger Into Hope Project – Food Drive
Our goal of $10,000 to help local families in need.
April/ May– Head Start Education/Head Start Awareness Event-Planning/Discussion.
April/ May– Preparation Phase: Sewing teaching session (teaching children how to sew so they can help makes bags for homeless children).
April– Food Drive/End of Food Drive Event Preparation.
May– Recruiting sewing volunteers to sew with us (teaching children how to sew so they can help make bags for homeless children).
May- School Supply Drive Preparation- Talk to the principal Mr. K to round up supplies
May- Second FMSC Packing Event: Tentative planning
June-July –Food Drive (preparation for school closing)
June-July-August -Implementation Phase: Sewing teaching session with 4-H as well as the Chicago women welfare board and Youth and support board (teaching children how to sew so they can help makes bags for homeless children). We changed classes from in-person sessions to online sessions.
August – Winter Wear Drive -Revaluation(hats, blankets, and mittens for homeless children) Fundraising Goal for this project is $1,000.
August-September-Revaluation –Socks and Underwear Drive for Community Connect and delivering all winter donations.
August -September– School Supplies Drive (Christmas Bag project), the Fundraising goal for the entire Christmas Bag project includes school supplies, books, and Christmas toys for this project is $15,000.
September– Volunteering for Community Connect and delivering all winter donations.
October– WE Scare Hunger Food Drive (SHFC and HOMS collaboration).
October– CROP Hunger Walk: Fundraising Goal is $1000.
November– Toy drive to prepare for Christmas Bag Event to help 500 homeless children (SHFC and HOMS collaboration).
November– Hope for the Holiday: Fundraising to adopt families to buy Christmas gifts, Fundraising Goal for this project is $1,000 to 2,000.
November– Christmas Bag Packing Event (volunteers will pack 500 school bags with school supplies, a book, and a toy for homeless children).
December– Christmas Bag Project: We understand Student Council or other volunteer groups as a team can not/may not come to an individual house to pack Christmas bags, but they can sign up as individuals.
How to donate*: (All donations are tax-deductible).
*When you mail a check please email or text us.
1-Write your check to “Sanya’s Hope For Children”
Sanya’s Hope For Children mailing address: Please text/call @ 952-201-1920 to ask for an updated mailing address.
2-Online donations: http://www.sanyashopeforchildren.org/campaigns/donate/
Don’t hesitate to text or Call for setting up monthly donations or any questions at 952-201-1920 (C)
Sanya’s Hope For Children Collaborates with CAP Agency of Scott, Carver & Dakota Counties (Hover your mouse over to main Causes heading to see details of various projects).
Under the umbrella of CAP Agency SHFC helps the followings as CAP Agency Ambassador:
We wish to adopt Pakistani impoverished children for education. We also wish to collaborate with US Consulate to send books to Pakistan to adopt libraries for children.
Continue Feeding Haitian village with FMSC ($56,210 project).
Can you help me raise money for children in need? Remember, someone somewhere helped you when you were in need. Together, we can make a big difference.