“We’ve learned that people want to matter in this world. What Hope for the City does is we help people matter more and things matter more. We help people be more resourceful with the things that they have,” Marty said.
The Hope for the City organization turns sources into resources to save lives, next door and around the world. The grant will be used to support the Winter Break Lunch Box for Kids program and provide a meal to students while they are on winter break.
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Minnesota Timberwolves President, Chris Wright, along with SPIRE Federal Credit Union CEO Dan Stoltz, presented a $5,000 grant to Quenton Marty and Jeremy Newhouse, representing the Hope for the City organization.
The Hope for the City organization was honored Saturday night during the Timberwolves loss to the Miami Heat. The ceremony took place in front of the jam-packed Target Center crowd, as the organization was presented with a grant from the Timberwolves FastBreak Foundation and SPIRE Federal Credit Union.