All posts by Erin Holden

End Veteran Homelessness

Take the opportunity to thank a veteran by participating in the Veterans Matter Walk, whose goal is to provide 20 or more veterans with housing. Throughout its history, the event has provided long-term housing for 3,000 veterans nationally, with a 91 percent success rate of keeping veterans from ending up back on the street. Go

Free Rides for Breast Cancer Patients

From now until the end of this year, GoRide Health and Ford Warriors in Pink have partnered to provide free rides to breast cancer patients who need transportation to doctor’s appointments and trips to the pharmacy. Patient riders can also bring a companion of their choice. Visit warriorsinpink.com to claim eligibility and learn more about

Foodie Fiction at HeART Gallery

The HeART Gallery is hosting the Foodie Fiction exhibit with novels that highlight food prominently. The best part? You get to nosh on tasty appetizers representative of the cuisine in the books! $10 suggested donation | 6pm | Thursday, October 17 St. Paul’s Lutheran Church HeART Gallery. 428 N. Erie St. 419-243-4214 | stpaulstoledo.org/heart-gallery

Tent City 2019

Tent City, a local festival in its 29th year dedicated to love and compassion for people without adequate housing, is a donation-funded event to promote dialogue between those who live on the street and those who don’t. Bring a tent and stay the night, hear people’s stories and learn about what can be done to

Funding for Thomas M. Wernert Center

The Lovell Fund of the Toledo Community Foundation recently awarded a grant of $34,700 to the Thomas M. Wernert Center, an organization which helps people and their families with mental illness by pushing back against stigma and providing a supportive, healing environment. The funds will help TMWC expand their art program, which includes art education,