HMHI supporter promotes organic heirloom gardening to our participants

Theresa Molden
Theresa Molden shared 50 tomato seedlings with HMHI this spring.

Theresa Molden got inspired this spring. She planted dozens of organic heirloom tomato seeds and carefully raised them to seedlings. Theresa, who has previously volunteered at Humility of Mary Housing through her employer, McGladrey LLP, then generously gave fifty of her seedlings to HMHI so that our families can raise their own vegetables. Now, tomato plants are growing in pots and gardens at many of our properties, and parents and children in our program can look forward to tasty tomatoes later this summer!

We’re continually amazed by the creative ways our supporters help  our participants and us.

We’re grateful to Theresa, and to you, our blog readers, for your ongoing interest in and support of our work.

Davenport chiropractor’s promotion benefits HMHI

Dr. Marty Stine and family
Dr. Marty Stine and family (Photo courtesy of Stine Chiropractic)

Davenport chiropractor Dr. Marty Stine is offering an incentive to patients at Stine Chiropractic that will benefit HMHI’s single-parent families. Simply by donating four canned or boxed food items that will benefit participants of Humility of Mary Housing, Inc. participants, patients can receive a free exam and consultation with the doctor.

Stine Chiropractic opened a new office that’s conveniently located in downtown Davenport at 400 Main Street, Suite 401 [click here to view map].

Dr. Stine is a Palmer graduate who offers patients 15 years experience of family based chiropractic care. His offer is valid until June 30, so phone 563/324-8888 soon to make your appointment.

Food donations will go directly to our pantry, supplying the kitchens of families participating in our program. Receiving the assistance of donated food and household necessities allows our families to align their resources to move more rapidly toward housing stability.

Dr. Stine’s generous offer represents just one of the myriad ways our supporters contributions turn housing independence from being simply a possibility into a reality for our participants.

Changing lives is a challenging goal, but with the support of both our Quad Cities community and also many others from afar, we do see lives changing for the better: children given brighter futures, single parents upheld and strengthened.

We’re grateful for Dr. Stine’s support. And that reminds us to say that we are grateful–and inspired–by the creative ways our committed benefactors contribute to help our program’s families. Thank you all!