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Thank you to to all who sponsored, attended and contributed to our annual Housewarming Party Fundraiser on June 28th. The results are in and it broke our fundraising record!!!
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Please join us for our 6th Annual Housewarming Party at Heritage Hall!
• Drinks at 5:30 p.m.
• Dinner at 6:30 p.m.
• Tickets $35 per person
On Thursday June 28th at the 6th Annual Cornerstone Housewarming Party, Cornerstone of Topeka will recognize Rev. Barry Feaker of the Topeka Rescue Mission with the Otto and Jane Schnellbacher Lifetime Service Award.
Social Hour with Drinks will begin at 5:30 with Dinner at 6:30 and program following at 7:00pm at Heritage Hall on the grounds of the Kansas Expo Centre.
In addition to the award, two tenants are scheduled to speak and tell how Cornerstone has made an impact in their lives.
Tickets are available for $35 each.
March 29th, 2016 breaking ground for a new duplex to be built at 517 SW Fillmore. This will add two more two bedroom units to our homeless housing program. The construction is financed with HOME funds from the City of Topeka’s Department Neighborhood Relations and a private loan through Community Bank. When completed, Cornerstone’s housing stock will be 144 units in our Affordable Housing Program and 25 units in our Homeless Housing.
Please join us for a fun evening with great food and drink as we celebrate the mission of Cornerstone of Topeka and support our Homeless housing program!
5:30 – 8:00pm at Heritage Hall at the Kansas Expo Centre. Tickets are just $35. Call 232-1650 for information or to buy tickets. 23 of of our 175 housing units are dedicated to housing the homeless and this fundraiser supports that program.
September 18th, 2014 was a special day for Cornerstone of Topeka We broke ground on our next new homes project! Mayor Wolgast even assisted us with a golden shovel. These three new three bedroom homes will be built on previously undeveloped land on SW Mission one block behind 12th and Gage.
The three homes while still being in a low to moderate income neighborhood are the new Western boundary for our 160 housing units in Topeka. We are excited to be “breaking ground” in new territory for Cornerstone of Topeka! The project is financed by the City of Topeka’s Housing and Neighborhood Development Department and Capital City Bank.
May 14th, 2015 was a big day for Cornerstone! Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for three newly constructed three bedroom single family homes in the 1100 Block of SW Mission Ave, (One block west of 12th and Gage). An important component in Cornerstone’s mission is to revitalize Topeka neighborhoods and these beautiful homes fit the bill.
It was great to have the new tenants on hand for the ceremony and cut the ribbon with the red coats from the Topeka Chamber of Commerce and Cornerstone board members.
TOPEKA— June 5, 2013
Today at the inaugural Cornerstone Housewarming Party, Cornerstone of Topeka, Inc., will recognize Frank Sabatini with the Otto and Jane Schnellbacher Award. The event is scheduled for 6:30 at Topeka’s Ward-Meade Park
Sabatini and the late Otto Schnellbacher recognized a need to help the homeless get back on their feet when they donated the first property to Cornerstone in 1986. Since then, Cornerstone’s properties have grown to 156 units in approximately ninety building throughout the community.
In addition to the award, Cornerstone will award the Martha Stanley Volunteer of the Year Award and three tenants are scheduled to speak and tell how Cornerstone has made an impact in their lives. Approximately 150 are expected to attend the event.
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