Play to benefit housing program


A special preview of “Any Number Can Die,” a mystery spoof by Fred Carmichael will be performed at 7:15 p.m. Thursday, May 6, at the Playcrafters Barn Theatre in Moline, Ill. Individual tickets are available for $25 each; groups of 10 tickets are $200. Proceeds benefit Humility of Mary Housing Inc. in Davenport.

Each year, Humility of Mary Housing serves approximately 80 families, including over 160 children.  However, the need is far greater.  This represents only 25 percent of the referrals for families in need.

Humility of Mary Housing is a supportive and highly structured living program for single-parent families in which parents have goals to increase education or job training.  The anticipated outcome is that they will increase their potential for earned income which could allow them to secure and maintain fair-market housing and support themselves and their children. 

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