Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home launches giving campaign
PARKERSBURG — The Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home, a leading addiction and recovery facility in the area, has launched its Giving Campaign through Jan. 31.
More than ever, the Fellowship Home feels the pressure of the addiction epidemic happening in the Mid-Ohio Valley.
It need help to serve more people.
The Fellowship Home has helped more than 5,500 people in the last 45 years.
“The MOVFH is a vital resource in our community and needs our support to continue its mission. Our very well qualified, caring staff is committed to helping addicts recover from this devastating illness and I am grateful to be a part of the team,” Board President John Hastie said.
The goal of this year’s Giving Campaign is $25,000.
“With the funds raised during this giving campaign, we will be able to reach more people dealing with drug addiction and partner with our cities to combat the drug epidemic in our community,” said Patrice Pooler, Executive Director of the Mid-Ohio Valley Fellowship Home.
If affected by addiction, this is an opportunity to give in honor or memory of a loved one by visiting mid-ohio-valley-fellowship-home.atpay.it.
Donations can be made by mail at: MOVFH, 1030 George St., Parkersburg, WV 26101.