Hope Executive Director Bart Sayyah and Arapahoe County Commissioner Nancy Sharpe cutting the ribbon of the HOPE mural dedication.
A mural dedication for HOPE Pantry Food Bank Attic Thrift Store was more than just a dedication July 7 or an unveiling of a creative work of art by Catherine Pistone. It was taking a blank wall and making it an artistic beacon of hope for everyone.
Pistone’s mural can been seen southbound on Broadway, a half-mile south of Hampden at 3940 S. Broadway.
HOPE is nearly 100 percent self-sufficient food bank. However, it does receive support from Attic Thrift Store along with community donations. HOPE provides assistance for those in need while helping the community economically with retail sales of fashionable clothing, household items and books along with many other items.
Photos by Stefan Krusze
The HOPE mural that is on the wall, can be seen from almost a mile away.
Hope Executive Director Bart Sayyah and president of the Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce Nancy Byers discussing Hope’s accomplishments and contributions.
Inside HOPE Pantry Food Bank Attic Thrift Store, a department store selection with clothing, household goods, books and more, quality items and merchandise with sales proceeds benefiting those in need.
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