Noah's Ark respects the cultural diversity throughout the region -- as shown in our mural designed and painted by many of our clients. Many images on our mural illustrate the presence of the Yakama Nation in the Yakima Valley. The pictured client/artist designed many symbols part of that culture which is respected and honored by Generating Hope.
The mural emphasizes the compassion and understanding provided to all disadvantaged -- establishing a sanctuary where they gain a sense of self-worth, hope, dignity, and a brighter future.
NEWS ABOUT NOAH'S ARK
We’ve received many status requests about Noah's Ark. To answer your questions, It’s true: the City of Wapato has temporarily closed the chronic homeless shelter in Wapato. We are currently in negotiation with City officials. Wapato expressed concern about incidents in and around the Ark. Generating Hope’s Board of Directors had already initiated an aggressive capital campaign that addressed many of those issues. Although slowed by COVID-19, contracts, security presence, and building/entry upgrades are now fully underway as we were already receiving bids. We look forward to positively work with Wapato City addressing issues of compliance while at the same time meeting grants/support stipulations and ensuring funding for sustained operations. Generating Hope believes Wapato City and Noah’s Ark can share a common goal: to quickly restore needed services to the chronic homeless. We will keep you informed of status changes. Thank you for your support.
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