MILFORD - A new officer has been appointed to the Board of Directors for Pike County Hands of Hope.
A Christ-centered organization, Pike County Hands of Hope is dedicated to providing compassion and hope to homeless and near-homeless families and individuals by meeting their basic and urgent needs of food, clothing, and shelter.
Adrienne Gallagher is currently the office manager at Gold Key Country Club, a private homeowners association in Dingman Towship, with the responsibility for providing administrative support to the Board of Directors and Community Departments. Prior to moving to Milford she lived in Lindenhurst, New York and worked for a law firm in Manhattan for 17 years in the position of office manager.
Happily married to Brian with four children ages 12 to 18, Adrienne wants to offer her skills to Hands of Hope, helping the community’s homeless and near-homeless.
Also serving on the Pike County Hands of Hope Board of Directors are Theresa Rocco, president, Jim Pierce, vice president, Cheryl King, secretary, Brianne Binelli, public relations, Barbara Drexl, Cynthia Edwards, Sherry Fusco, and Donna Garibay.
Pike County Hands of Hope has been approved by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization which will allow contributors to get a tax deduction. This will also enable Pike County Hands of Hope to apply for grants to help with all of their present and future emergency housing.
For more information, call 570-296-HOPE (4673) or toll free at 855-296-HOPE (4673) or email Info@PikeCountyHOH.org.