Generation WORKS: Hubbard House

As we prepare for Generation WORKS on February 4, 2017, we will be featuring some of the agencies and projects we will be working with to transform the city of Jacksonville and the lives of the people who are part of our neighborhoods and communities.

 

Hubbard House

The mission of Hubbard House is safety, empowerment, and social change for victims of domestic violence and their families.  Every woman, man, and child who comes to Hubbard House finds support, counseling, and education as they begin the difficult and dangerous transition to safety and peace. Victims of domestic violence and their children are not charged for the life-saving services they receive at Hubbard House. They shelter approximately 120 victims and their children each day and provide services to 5,000 victims a year. Click here to visit their website.

During Generation WORKS we will help Hubbard House in a variety of ways including aiding in administrative tasks (including but not limited to making 8,000 copies of packets/folders), painting hallways, and hanging artwork in hallways and common areas.

 

Click here to get more information about all the agencies and projects we will be tackling on February 4, 2017, and volunteer to join us in connecting with others as we create a positive impact on our community during Generation WORKS.