The Luke Bouman Real Estate Team and Benjamin’s Hope have an event coming up you don't want to miss. Learn more about Benjamin’s Hope in Holland Michigan and all they provide in this quick video.
Fall Harvest and Family Photo Event
September 12th, from 4-7 pm. Rain date September 19th.
Benjamin's Hope, 15468 Riley St, Holland, MI 49424
We're very excited about our upcoming client appreciation event at Benjamin's Hope in Holland.
At this event, past and current clients are invited to enjoy food, drinks, and a sampling of some of the fun items available to our clients as part of the VIP Club membership. Festivities include bounce houses, yards games, pumpkins and other fun activities for families and couples.
You can learn more about our VIP Club here.
In addition to Fall Festival activities, clients can get a professional family photo taken at the event center. Clients, watch your email for the photo sign up! Fall is a great time of year for amazing photographs to get ready for those Christmas cards.
We hope to see many of our current and past clients at this fun-filled event!
Benjamin's Hope Event Center
We're excited to host this special event for our VIP members at Benjamin's Hope. The video above shares the vision of Benjamin's Hope, and how they are positively impacting our community. Our entire team loves partnering with great causes that are bringing positive change to our local communities. Benjamin's Hope is a great example of one of these really wonderful organizations.
Inspired by challenges the arose from their son's non verbal autism, Krista and Dave Mason began exploring how best to serve their son, and others like him. In her research, Krista learned there is no one-size fits all model for offering care, inspiring the person-centered approach of Benjamin’s Hope. She also realized that among different care approaches, a farmstead model offered unique flourishing for autistic adults with pronounced sensory sensitivities.
Today, Benjamin’s Hope serves as a debt-free 501 (c3) organization that not only offers a thriving neighborhood cherished as home by 30 adults with developmental differences, but also a community for Christ followers of all abilities, now 400 members strong. In addition, the 52 acres of Ben’s Hope serve as a central gathering for the larger community--all to help ensure individuals of every ability can live, learn, play and worship in the ways that fit them best.
Read the full story of Benjamin's Hope here on their website.
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