Park City, UT (PRWEB) December 07, 2014
The Cristian Center of Park City (CCPC) is a Christian humanitarian, community-focused resource center that helps improve the lives of people and communities through meeting immediate and basic needs, serving as a leading networker of community resources, offering counseling services and spiritual care support, championing advocacy for those in need and most of all by giving hope. The focus area of the Center is primarily on the population centers of Summit and Wasatch counties.
In 2013 CCPC’s Operation Hope helped make Christmas a little brighter for over 1400 underprivileged children by providing new clothing and toys donated by the community.
“It is our privilege to help CCPC with on-site storage needs during Operation Hope. The service that CCPC provides our community throughout the year is tremendous and being able to play a small role in this project makes our holidays more meaningful,” said Craig Bullock, owner of MyWay Mobile Storage, Salt Lake City.
“Each year, storage for the donated gifts for Operation Hope is always an issue. We receive so many gifts over the course of several weeks that we run out of secured, onsite storage. We are so delighted to have MyWay Mobile Storage this year,” said Jenny Mauer, Special Event Coordinator at The Christian Center of Park City.
Operation Hope began 11 years ago and has grown each year. This year, the Christian Center will serve another 1,400 local kids by providing them not just with Christmas gifts, but with hope this season. For more information, visit http://www.ccofpc.org/operation-hope