Ronald is the 9th client from the Raleigh Rescue Mission to receive a program car from Wheels4Hope this year! He has been at the Mission for 13 months and he works full-time with a construction company. Ronald needed a vehicle large enough to store his tools and materials as he travels to and from different job sites. With his Jeep Cherokee Ronald plans to pick up more hours at work, go back to school, and visit his family more often. We are so happy for you Ronald!
Hailey was referred to Wheels4Hope through the Masonic Home for Children where she participates in the Independent Living Program. Hailey attends Community College full-time, works part-time at a fast food restaurant, and has never owned a vehicle before. Hailey's Toyota Corolla will allow her to become independent and continue on her path towards self-sufficiency.
Isaac is a graduate of the Life Skills Program at StepUp Ministry. He has not owned a vehicle in over 4 years.Isaac currently works two part-time jobs - one with a landscaping company and the other as a custodian at a church. Isaac is looking forward to no longer using the bus or borrowing vehicles in order to get to work. We were honored to have the opportunity to present to a group at White Memorial Presbyterian Church and finish the meeting with Isaac's car blessing. The donor of the vehicle Isaac received, an Oldsmobile Intrigue, was at the ceremony to help us congratulate Isaac. Thank you Sharon, StepUp Ministry, and White Memorial Presbyterian Church for a wonderful day!