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Operation Transformation Annual Fundraiser

Operation Transformation is getting creative this year for our annual fundraising event. We will be hosting an Open House September 28th – October 1st from 8am – 5:30pm, at the OT building on 1904 Poplar Street in Port Huron. People are invited to stop in and watch the video of our program, bid on silent auction items, and get a snack to eat.  Masks and social distancing are required. Donations will be accepted (and encouraged) and the first $500 each day given will be doubled!

This is our main fundraising event of the year and it is needed to raise 50% of our yearly budget. The purpose of Operation Transformation is to foster a united, life-giving church in the greater Blue Water Area that works together with civic and service organizations to develop ways to meet the many needs of the citizens of our community.” Donations can be made to OT by credit/debit card through Facebook, PayPal, the OT website, calling the OT office at 810-966-8660, or by mailing a check.  

We greatly appreciate our presenting sponsor Christians for a New Tomorrow, and Main sponsors Pollock-Randall Funeral Home, Thrivent Financial – Robert Eick, and Dr. Brian and Sandy Pradko. Visit the OT website for additional supporting sponsors.

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We are creating a Video of our Program including 3 of our most important programs this year.  This will feature live testimonials and interviews with community leaders about how OT is impacting our area.  This inspiring event will be shown on Facebook Live (Facebook.com/bluewaterOT) on Sunday September 27th at 4pm, and also be posted on the OT website at www.optrans.org.  

OT is also doing a live and virtual Silent Auction that week Monday through Wednesday – which will close at 5:30pm on Wednesday, September 30th.  Items will be listed on Facebook and the OT website. Bids can be done through those venues, by phone, or in person.   

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