One Hopeful Place Becomes Impact 100 Recipient

One Hopeful Place, an organization fighting homelessness, will complete the construction of its Phase II building, which will house homeless men. The Phase I building will then serve as the first single women’s shelter in Okaloosa County.

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Dr. Gerald Hollingsworth Contribution

Dr. Gerald Hollingsworth (center) gave a generous donation to support One Hopeful Place. He is thanked by Community Solutions board members Lisa Jo Spencer (Lisa Jo Spencer, PA) and Mitch Mongell (Fort Walton Beach Medical Center).

Industrial kitchen donated by FWB Medical Center

Fort Walton Beach Medical Center provided the funding to build an industrial kitchen for One Hopeful Place.

Kiwanis Charity 5K Contribution

Nathan Monk, OHP Exec Director receives ANOTHER check from the Kiwanis Club of Fort Walton Beach from their Charity 5K Run. The Board of One Hopeful Place will be forever grateful for the Kiwanis’s annual support!

Regatta Bay Golf

Regatta Bay Golf Course Golf Pro Mike Giammaresi issues this check to Mitch Mongell and Lisa Jo Spencer from Community Solutions board and Nathan Monk Executive Director One Hopeful Place

Destin Commons' Coins for a Cause Contribution

The wonderful marketing team from Destin Commons – Heather Ruiz and Robert Perry – showed their support for One Hopeful Place by this generous donation, funded through the Commons’ Coins for a Cause program. Ted Corcoran (at left) was thrilled to accept their check.

Fort Walton Beach Medical Center/Big Red Truck

Presented by Vicki Tarro on behalf of FWB Medical Center Auxiliary.

The Boys and Girls Club of the Emerald Coast

The Boys and Girls Club of the Emerald Coast donated a van to One Hopeful Place. Executive Director Shervin Rassa issues the keys to Nathan Monk.

Wes Fell, Paradise Promotions

Wes Fell of Paradise Promotions donated over $15,000 to One Hopeful Place in 2018 through proceeds of his Home Shows.