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1. Registration Still Open For Hope House 5K -

Hope House will hold its 15th Annual Help for Hope 5K at Harbor Town Square on Friday, March 28, at 6:30 p.m. Registration is open for walkers and runners.

Participants can register as individuals or as a group. All participants will receive a long-sleeve T-shirt, and food, drinks and musical entertainment will be provided after the race. The entry fee for individual runners is $30 before March 28 or $35 at race registration. Memphis Runners Track Club members can register for $25 before March 28 or for $30 at the race. Groups of 10 or more can register for $25 each. Registration at the 5K begins at 5 p.m.

2. Hope House Operating at Half Capacity -

Hope House, a Memphis nonprofit that assists children and families impacted by HIV and poverty, is operating at half capacity due to lack of funding.

Last year, 65 area children were born HIV-positive, making them eligible to receive Hope House services. But without funding, all 65 children may not be able to receive the early childhood education that could have a major impact on their lives, says Craig Locke, director of development at Hope House.

3. Hope House Operating at Half Capacity -

Hope House, a Memphis nonprofit that assists children and families impacted by HIV and poverty, is operating at half capacity due to lack of funding.

Last year, 65 area children were born HIV-positive, making them eligible to receive Hope House services. But without funding, all 65 children may not be able to receive the early childhood education that could have a major impact on their lives, says Craig Locke, director of development at Hope House.

4. Hope House Campaign Starts on World AIDS Day -

Hope House is reaching out to the community to promote its Hopes and Dreams Campaign, an effort centered around Worlds AIDS Day Dec. 1 and extending until the new year.

Started in 1995 as a preschool for children affected by HIV, Hope House now offers a variety of social services and coordinated care to improve the quality of life of children and their families who are impacted by HIV and poverty in the Memphis area.

5. Hope House to Re-Open Following Renovation -

Hope House will reopen its doors Wednesday, Oct. 26, after several months of renovation.

Hope House received approximately $330,000 from the Assisi Foundation of Memphis Inc. and the Plough Foundation and was able to renovate two of the three Midtown homes that make up the campus located at 23 Idlewild St.

6. HOPE for HIV-Impacted Children -

Last week we offered three ways companies can encourage employees to volunteer with nonprofits and get more engaged in the community. This week let us spotlight a local organization that is improving the quality of life for HIV-impacted children and their families by addressing their educational, social, psychological and health needs: Hope House.

7. Murry-Drobot Joins Family Safety Center -

Olliette Murry-Drobot has joined the Family Safety Center of Memphis and Shelby County as executive director.

Hometown: West Memphis

Work Experience: Fourteen years in not-for-profit management, neighborhood revitalization, organizational development and social services delivery. Recently, I served as the executive director for the Southeast Memphis Community Development Corp. and as a lead consultant on community outreach efforts for The Center for Criminology and Research at the University of Memphis.

8. United Housing Inc. Honors Realtors -

Despite the negative news about the housing market, United Housing Inc. has seen more of its clients purchase homes in the last three years than in any other three-year period since 1994, and the organization wants to thank the real estate agents who have made this success possible by inviting about 300 Realtors to a Realtor Appreciation Party.

9. Market Factors Give Caution to Younger Homebuyers -

When Jonathan Lyons, 25, went looking to buy a home, he planned each step carefully – he found a good job, enlisted the help of a Realtor, educated himself on the various costs, and got pre-approval from a bank.

10. United Housing Inc. Receives $80,500 Grant -

United Housing Inc. recently received an $80,500 grant from NeighborWorks America – a network of community development organizations that trains community development and affordable housing professionals.