According to COH Founder & CEO, Tim Keegan, “The Coalition of Hope is dedicated to supporting at risk women and children on a global basis.
Del Mar, CA (PRWEB) February 26, 2013
The Coalition of Hope Foundation, Inc. (COH) is a US-based 501(c)(3), not-for-profit, charitable organization that provides global humanitarian assistance and disaster-relief support. As a part of local efforts within California, the COH recently donated two mobile homes to the Green Oak Ministries in Vista California to be used as emergency shelter facilities for women and children at risk.
The Coalition of Hope Foundation is proud to announce the donation of two 38’ mobile homes that sleep a family of six to the Green Oak Ministries in Vista California to be used as emergency shelter facilities for women and children at risk.
According to COH Founder & CEO, Tim Keegan, “The Coalition of Hope is dedicated to supporting at risk women and children on a global basis. Although we strive to eliminate the need for such protections, when necessary, it is particularly satisfying to support those who deserve an opportunity to raise their children in a peaceful and secure environment.”
The two new mobile homes are providing temporary housing for victims of domestic violence, homeless families and adults recovering from substance abuse. Currently a mother and her two small children, victims of domestic violence are residing in one of the units. Safe housing is the first step to rebuilding lives and most of the benefactors are women and children.
Carl Fielstra, Green Oak Ranch Ministries Chairman: "Being able to offer short-term emergency shelter to homeless adults and children as well as victims of domestic violence is a wonderful addition to the menu of services we offer. The Coalition of Hope’s generous gift is helping many deserving people in need. We are grateful."
The Coalition of Hope Foundation, Inc. (COH) is a US-based 501(c)(3), not-for-profit, charitable organization that provides global humanitarian assistance and disaster-relief support. The COH currently have teams on the ground in New York participating in Hurricane Sandy relief efforts and continuing humanitarian assistance efforts in the USA and Haiti. Among their goals for 2013, the COH seek to provide a forward deployed, quick response, sea-based platform that, in addition to state-of the-art hospital facilities, includes an array of multinational medical personnel, highly trained first responders, extensive air-lift capability, heavy equipment, emergency supplies, food and water. Sailing throughout the globe, the COH will support ongoing relief efforts in partnership with a broad coalition of nations, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and others. Once enabled, the COH will be able to respond to unforeseen catastrophic events faster and better equipped than any other military or civilian element in existence.
Contact: For more information please visit the COH organizational website at http://www.coalitionofhope.org.
Timothy J. Keegan, Founder and CEO at 1 (305) 987.7700 (mobile)
David Perez, President at: David(dot)Perez(at)COHGlobal(dot)org
Office: +1(858) 461-8264 (8COH)
Coalition of Hope Foundation Inc.
1155 Camino Del Mar, Suite 418, Del Mar, CA 92014-1130 USA