Congratulations to Our 2020 Recipient

HALO!

 

 

HALO (Healing, Attachment, Loving, Outreach) Project

 A 10-week intensive outpatient intervention designed to meet the unique and diverse needs of children in foster care, children that have been adopted or children that exhibit difficulty in the area of attachment.

Swine Week

What is Swine Week?

Edmond Memorial’s annual community service project, Swine Week, began in 1986 when a small group of students decided to raise money for a friend in need. The students approached the principal, who supported the endeavor and even agreed to kiss a pig. $3,000 was raised, the principal kissed a pig, and Swine Week was born. Flash forward 34 years, and EMHS students have since raised over $6.5 million dollars for charity. Last year, we raised $479,801 for Make Promises Happen! Swine Week’s money was able to help Make Promises Happen build a conference center that will soon be the central meeting place for many camp activities.

Tradition

EMHS students have graciously devoted their time & money to help those in need. Please help us reach our goal and make our principal kiss a pig, a tradition since 1986.

Community

Swine Week gives our community and student body one common goal – to help those in need. It involves the entire Edmond and Oklahoma City community.

Philanthropy

Each year, Swine Week chooses a local nonprofit; this year we need your help raising money for our 2019 recipient, Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County.

EMHS

EMHS is filled with selfless students, teachers, and administrators. EMHS is devoted to tradition, excellence, and helping others through Swine Week.

Events

2020 Recipient

HALO Project

2020 marks the 35th year of serving our community through this philanthropic venture, and we would deeply appreciate your support in our mission to help this year’s recipient, the HALO Project, an organization dedicated to healing children from hard places in need. The  HALO Project cares for abused and neglected children in Oklahoma through three levels of healing. First, they provide a unique counseling treatment. Second, they prevent the cycle of abuse by providing healing to parents. Third, they train child welfare professionals and teachers how to care for abused and neglected children. HALO has healed hundreds of Oklahoma families and impacts over 25,000 children each year.

Highlights From 2019