Stars of HOPE® transforms individuals and communities through the power of art and personal messages of hope and healing. This year, Continuity Cares, the annual volunteer project that brings together the business continuity profession while giving back to the community to help those in need, will present the Stars of Hope to the Denver Rescue Mission, in Denver, CO, on Saturday, April 22, 2017 leading off the pre-event activities for the 15th annual Continuity Insights Management Conference.
For more than 125 years the Denver Rescue Mission has been changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens.
Stars of HOPE® is a unique disaster relief and community arts program that has empowered 80,000 volunteers, including school children, families, seniors, first responders, veterans, active military, partner organizations, and entire communities to paint inspirational words, messages, and designs on 1-foot wooden stars. These Stars of HOPE are displayed in public places in communities worldwide in the immediate and long term aftermath of tragedy serving as beacons of hope and compassion for all to see.
Since its inception, Continuity Insights and the Continuity Insights Management Conference have been active participants in bringing together the business continuity profession and giving back to the community to help those in need.
All Continuity Insights Management Conference attendees, faculty, exhibitors, and sponsors are welcome to participate. For more information on participating in this year's Continuity Cares volunteer effort, contact Bob Nakao, Conference Chairman at 267-980-6151 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about the Denver Rescue Mission here.
Learn more about Stars of HOPE® here.