The Sparrow’s Nest was the recipient of $1,500 after more than 30 local artists and crafters came together to sell items at the Boyk Law’s Crafting for a Cause on November 7th.
The money will go to fund programs and services for the 70 to 90 women that Sparrow’s Nest helps at any given time. The donation will also help with the cost of toiletries, books, supplies, and required items that are needed when the women attend vocational school.
Jada Clingo of Bumble Bee Farms
“We were very happy to receive the money,” said Linda Cunning, Vice President of Philanthropy for Cherry Street Missions. “Thank you for thinking of us!”
Another fun perk that day was the opportunity for all of the crafters to jump into the Boyk Law Photo Booth and have their photos taken, many of whom opted to also bring in their products to be photographed.
“Sparrow’s Nest has changed the lives of so many women in northwest Ohio,” Chuck Boyk said. “We are proud of the local community for coming together to raise money for their cause and it was neat to see everyone document the great day with our photo booth.”