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Local recording artist creates PSA to encourage Toledo to 'Mask Up' | Your Day

December 14, 2020

Inspired by the personal stories of those impacted by COVID-19, Dr. Tracee Perryman with Center of Hope Family Services used her skills as a recording artist and gathered community members to put together a PSA with a simple ask - mask up, Toledo.

The Mask Up Project encourages everyone to wear a mask and think about not only yourself, but the people around you, especially in communities that are at a higher risk of getting COVID-19.

Non-profit creates 'Toledo Mask Up' PSA to raise COVID-19 safety awareness

December 14, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is hitting urban and minority populations hard, so a non-profit organization in Toledo is hoping to be a part of the solution in Lucas County. 

Songwriter, recording artist and CEO of the Center of Hope Family Services Inc., Dr. Tracee Perryman, penned a song to encourage mask-wearing and social distancing in urban communities and inner-city areas.

Center of Hope promotes 'Mask Up Toledo' project

December 3, 2020

The ultimate goal of The Mask Up Toledo project, spearheaded by the Toledo-based Center of Hope Family Services and made possible through a grant from the City of Toledo Department of Neighborhoods, is to reduce the spread of the virus among minority populations through education.

Center of Hope Benefits from Special Grant

December 3, 2020

Center of Hope Family Services has received a grant from the Greater Toledo Community Foundation’s COVID-19 Rapid Response Fund. This money will help Center of Hope continue its work during the pandemic.

Center of Hope Cooking Classes Helping Parents, Students Fight COVID-19 and Food Insecurity

September 4, 2020

Life skills, literacy, culture, community, collaboration, and etiquette, all baked into a fun and engaging experience

Center Of Hope Partners With USDA To Provide Fresh Meals To 300 Families Weekly:

July 27, 2020

As the world desperately attempts to heal from a global pandemic, Center of Hope Family Services decided to act and serve those needing a helping hand with nutritious foods. The Center of Hope’s Hands of Hope program is providing 12,000 pounds of fresh meat, produce, and dairy items to 300 families every week.