Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church - Hot Springs Village, AR

LOSH 2011-2012 Charitable Distributions
Approved by LOSH Board May 2012
Amount   Beneficiary
$1,200   St. John's Catholic School
$1,200   Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School
$500   Abba House
$750   Charitable Christian Medical Clinic
$750   Meals on Wheels
$500   Barb's Place
$500   Change Point
$500   Glenhaven Youth Ranch
$1,000   Safe Haven
$1,500   Paul Bewie Boys & Girls Club
$500   Jackson House
     
$8,900   Total Donated
     

B.A.R.B.'S Place

Darci Barajas, director of B.A.R.B.'S Place, and Jane Parker, member of Ways and Means Committee at Our Ladies of Sacred Heart, discuss residents' daily schedule. B.A.R.B.'S Place (Babies, Adults, Recovery Based Services) specializes in helping women with addiction and behavior problems. Ladies of Sacred Heart presented Ms. Barajas with a check for $500, which will be used to install a commercial-sized hot water heater for the residential center.
Darci Barajas, director of B.A.R.B.'S Place, and Jane Parker, member of Ways and Means Committee at Our Ladies of Sacred Heart, discuss residents' daily schedule. B.A.R.B.'S Place (Babies, Adults, Recovery Based Services) specializes in helping women with addiction and behavior problems. Ladies of Sacred Heart presented Ms. Barajas with a check for $500, which will be used to install a commercial-sized hot water heater for the residential center.

Change Point

JoAnn Carter, Executive Director, explains the parenting classes to Sheila Harrison, President of Ladies of Sacred Heart. Parenting and anger management classes are only part of the services offered by Change Point to families, many of whom are referred by family court. $500 donated by Ladies of Sacred Heart will be go toward refurbishing a donated ambulanace as a mobile medical unit. The unit will provide pregnancy testing,  and ultrasounds to women unable to travel the distance to Hot Springs.
JoAnn Carter, Executive Director, explains the parenting classes to Sheila Harrison, President of Ladies of Sacred Heart. Parenting and anger management classes are only part of the services offered by Change Point to families, many of whom are referred by family court. $500 donated by Ladies of Sacred Heart will be go toward refurbishing a donated ambulanace as a mobile medical unit. The unit will provide pregnancy testing, and ultrasounds to women unable to travel the distance to Hot Springs.

Boys & Girls Club

Carol Barrett, Board member of Ladies of Sacred Heart, and Ike Eisenhower, Treasurer of the Board for North Garland County Boys & Girls Club discuss plans for the summer program. Ladies of Sacred Heart donated $1,000 to the Club to help pay for the increased staff through the summer. Now that school is out, 50 to 75 children participate in the program each day.
Carol Barrett, Board member of Ladies of Sacred Heart, and Ike Eisenhower, Treasurer of the Board for North Garland County Boys & Girls Club discuss plans for the summer program. Ladies of Sacred Heart donated $1,000 to the Club to help pay for the increased staff through the summer. Now that school is out, 50 to 75 children participate in the program each day.

Charitable Christian Medical Clinic

Sheila Harrison, Ladies of Sacred Heart president, gets a tour of the new board room and kitchen area at the Charitable Christian Medical Clinic. Ladies of Sacred Heart presented a check to Lynn Blankenship, Assistant Administrator. The money will be used to continue the work of the clinic in providing health care to the underserved.
Sheila Harrison, Ladies of Sacred Heart president, gets a tour of the new board room and kitchen area at the Charitable Christian Medical Clinic. Ladies of Sacred Heart presented a check to Lynn Blankenship, Assistant Administrator. The money will be used to continue the work of the clinic in providing health care to the underserved.

Eleanor Klugh Jackson House

Sheila Harrison (left) Janie Smith and Millie Connelly (right), to discuss the needs of Eleanor Klugh Jackson House.  Ms. Smith is the executive director of this community crisis intervention service. As the recession continues, more and more working families are seeking assistance in providing the bare necessities of life such as food, clothing and shelter. The $700 donated by Ladies of Sacred Heart will go toward refurbishing and stocking the food pantry at Jackson House. Mrs. Harrison served as president and Millie Connelly served on the ways & means committee of Ladies of Sacred Heart this past year. This year, the organization has donated over $8,000 to charitable causes in Garland and Saline Counties.
Sheila Harrison (left) Janie Smith and Millie Connelly (right), to discuss the needs of Eleanor Klugh Jackson House. Ms. Smith is the executive director of this community crisis intervention service. As the recession continues, more and more working families are seeking assistance in providing the bare necessities of life such as food, clothing and shelter. The $700 donated by Ladies of Sacred Heart will go toward refurbishing and stocking the food pantry at Jackson House. Mrs. Harrison served as president and Millie Connelly served on the ways & means committee of Ladies of Sacred Heart this past year. This year, the organization has donated over $8,000 to charitable causes in Garland and Saline Counties.

 

Meals on Wheels

Carol Barrett, Ladies of Sacred Heart board member, meets with Amanda Maness, site director at McCauley Center to discuss volunteer opportunities with the Meals on Wheels program.  Ladies of Sacred Heart donated $500 to help with the cost of meals delivered in Garland County.
Carol Barrett, Ladies of Sacred Heart board member, meets with Amanda Maness, site director at McCauley Center to discuss volunteer opportunities with the Meals on Wheels program. Ladies of Sacred Heart donated $500 to help with the cost of meals delivered in Garland County.

Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School

Sheila Harrison, president of Ladies of Sacred Heart, presents a check for $1,200 to Jan Cash, principal at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School in Benton, AR. The money will be used to update the language arts text books for grades K thru 8. Seventh grade and Fourth grade students in the picture represent the children who will benefit from this donation.
Sheila Harrison, president of Ladies of Sacred Heart, presents a check for $1,200 to Jan Cash, principal at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School in Benton, AR. The money will be used to update the language arts text books for grades K thru 8. Seventh grade and Fourth grade students in the picture represent the children who will benefit from this donation.

St. John’s Catholic School

The Ladies of Sacred Heart of Jesus funded a $1,200 scholarship to St. John’s Catholic School in Hot Springs as part of their annual disbursement of charitable fund raising proceeds for the year.  Pictured are Sheila Harrison, 2010-2011 president of the Ladies of Sacred Heart, St. John’s students Megan Shaffer, Lexi Myers, and Dayton Myers, and St. John’s Principal, Elizabeth Shackelford.  The scholarship is intended to help defray tuition costs for students from lower income households.
The Ladies of Sacred Heart of Jesus funded a $1,200 scholarship to St. John’s Catholic School in Hot Springs as part of their annual disbursement of charitable fund raising proceeds for the year. Pictured are Sheila Harrison, 2010-2011 president of the Ladies of Sacred Heart, St. John’s students Megan Shaffer, Lexi Myers, and Dayton Myers, and St. John’s Principal, Elizabeth Shackelford. The scholarship is intended to help defray tuition costs for students from lower income households.

The Potter’s Clay Ministries

Millie Connelly visits with Elizabeth Brakebill, executive director of The Potter’s Clay Ministries.  Mrs. Connelly presented Ms. Brakebill with a check for $500 from Ladies of Sacred Heart.  The money will be used toward utility bills in the three sheltes provided for women and children in crisis.
Millie Connelly visits with Elizabeth Brakebill, executive director of The Potter’s Clay Ministries. Mrs. Connelly presented Ms. Brakebill with a check for $500 from Ladies of Sacred Heart. The money will be used toward utility bills in the three sheltes provided for women and children in crisis.