Hope Restores, Seeding a Legacy and Anti-Racism Ministry
"We feel like we've gained a sister," said Tashyra Bernard from Hope Restores in a WXOW News 19 story that includes Sister Karen Neuser. "It's been just really, really beautiful, the relationship that we've been able to foster."
WXOW News 19's photographer films Sister Karen Lueck's interview with reporter Dustin Luecke and Tashyra Bernard, Hope Restores
This bond is blossoming between FSPA and Hope Restores, an organization “founded to “… support, advocate, listen, and bridge the gap between African Americans in our [Western Wisconsin] community.” Committed to “celebrate authentic unity in diversity by challenging our white privilege and working toward equity and inclusion of all,” FSPA jumped at the opportunity to support Hope Restores with a $200,000 grant each year for three years.
Get more news and information about FSPA’s grant program that’s cultivating such relationships — Seeding a Legacy of Healing — at fspa.org, and learn about our staunch commitment to eradicating systemic racism on our Justice and Peace Anti-Racism Vision page.