August 28th Update
We are grateful for the ongoing support from our community and our matching gift donor! Today we add $6,400 in donations to our Ensign house fire fund! Thank you so much for your ongoing commitment to OP.
August 7th Update
We are thrilled to add $5,000 of our matching gift today to the total of the Ensign house fire fund! As online gifts continue to come in we are grateful to the generous OP family who has pledged to match gifts up to $50,000!
July 24th Update
We are humbled to receive a $5,000 gift from another generous OP family. With the matching gift in hand, we grow the Ensign house fire fund by $10,000 today!
July 16th Update
Thanks to you we are making progress! We are grateful that your donations have allowed us to reach the $10,000 mark. Because of the generosity of an OP family, your gift has been matched and we have now raised $21,280 for the Ensign house fire fund.
We have a long way to go to reach our $300,000 goal and YOU can help make a difference. Share the story of Ken C., Jim B., and Ken M., the Ensign residents who lost their home, with your friends, family and your community. Every donation is critical and we appreciate your support!
TOGETHER, we are better.
June 25th Update
Thanks to the heartwarming generosity of an OP family, your gift will be matched - up to $50,000.
You can help us move forward for Jim B., Ken C., and Ken M. who called Opportunity Partners-Ensign Residence their home. With support from OP staff, the trio enjoyed living in the tree-lined neighborhood for 20 years.
With your support, and this amazing matching pledge, you can help us reach our $300,000 goal for the Ensign house fire fund.
As we continue to work toward a new home, we know there will be significant gaps in uncovered costs. Your support is critical.
YOU can make a difference with a special gift today.
June 19th Update
On June 12, OP's Ensign residence in New Hope was heavily damaged by fire. We are so grateful that our staff discovered the fire and rushed to get a resident out safely. Two other residents were not home at the time. The outcome could have been so much worse, and for that, we are thankful.
But sadly, three gentlemen ages 62-70 have lost their home of more than 20 years along with precious possessions. An OP van was also destroyed in the fire, along with the staff person's car.
Our insurance adjusters have declared the house a total loss.
We anticipate significant gaps in uncovered costs like insurance deductibles, replacement of items lost, and other expenses above and beyond our policy limits.
Our goal is to raise up to $300,000 to rebuild or purchase a new home.
Many of you have asked how you can help. As we continue to learn more, your support will be critical to move forward.
Yes, you CAN make a difference. Support the Ensign house fire fund.