Despite the cold weather, the community came out in force today to celebrate the groundbreaking of Oasis Social Ministry’s new building. City and business leaders joined in the celebration, including Portsmouth Mayor James Holley, who spoke at the event.
The building is coming to life as the result of Oasis’ successful capital campaign, which has reached $1.7 million toward a $2.2 million goal. For photos and more details on the groundbreaking, see this story on WVEC-TV’s website.
The Curtis Group is delighted to be helping Oasis with its capital campaign. The new building will house both Oasis and Portsmouth Volunteers for the Homeless, which both serve low-income and homeless families.