Providence Home first-ever No-Show Virtual Event May 21st to be hosted by local radio and television personality

Event designed to celebrate victories and raise awareness and support for local homeless and transformational ministry

Providence Home has partnered with Kelly Nash, local radio and television personality, and Splash Omnimedia, a local marketing and advertising company to host a live, virtual event on Thursday, May 21st, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. from the Splash Omnimedia studio.

Billed as a No-Show Event where “your absence is requested,” this opportunity arose when Providence Home’s 3rd Annual Dinner was canceled due to COVID-19 social gathering restrictions.

The event is designed to raise awareness and support for Providence Home, a local transformational ministry helping homeless men seeking hope, stability, and restoration after alcohol/drug addiction or incarceration. Examples of how lives are being changed and rebuilt will be shared.

Providence Home’s Executive Director, Rob Settle, notes, “We are excited about this event, which has the special opportunity to “host” more people at the virtual table than an actual banquet hall can hold. I think “attendees” will find out there is more to Providence Home than they may have thought, and some will be learning for the first time what God is doing in our ministry.”

Nash comments on his support of Providence Home, saying, “A pastor from the 1500’s is credited with the statement ‘there but for the grace of God go I.’ Luke 12:48 states ‘to whom much is given much is required’. I don’t know why I have been so blessed in my life. However, I could easily imagine it not going so well. I have friends that I’ve grown up with who are now in prison, addicted, and even some who have died very early and painful deaths. If I was in their shoes, I would want someone to try and help me. Providence Home is the best way I know to help people get back on their feet.”

“The Splash Omnimedia team is thrilled for the opportunity to work with Providence Home. Not only do we get to showcase our talents in both digital and traditional marketing, as well as strategic creative development, but we also get to make a lasting impact on the Columbia community as a whole,” said Splash Omnimedia partner Matt Thompson.

Settle will appear alongside Travis McNeal, newly appointed Executive Director of Oliver Gospel Mission, to provide a special message.

All people are invited to attend the one-hour event by simply going to www.providencehomecolumbia.org/events.html and clicking the provided link. All event details are located on this landing page.

 

ABOUT PROVIDENCE HOME

Founded by Johnny Zenoni in 1963, Providence Home is a Christ-centered transformational ministry for men in transition who come to stabilize and rebuild their lives after alcohol or drug treatment or re-entry from prison or detention. Residents are not only provided basic needs, including three meals a day, a safe place to live, dorm-like room, clothing closet, and laundry services, they are also provided a variety of holistic services that address root causes of poverty and help foster change to realize their personal potential. Providence Home currently houses 36 men and is expanding to 63 men by Summer 2020 with the opening of a new dormitory at their campus, located at 3421 N. Main Street, Columbia, SC. For more information, please visit www.providencehomecolumbia.org.

ABOUT KELLY NASH

Kelly Nash has been on Columbia radio since partnering with Jonathon Rush in 2005 on 104.7 WNOK. He can currently be heard mornings on 97.5 WCOS and throughout the day with political commentaries on 103.5 WVOC. He is often recognized for his many TV commercials. Kelly and his wife Angela live in the Wildewood community. He serves as a greeter most Sunday mornings at GraceLife church and is active with a number of local charities, including Providence Home for several years.

ABOUT OLIVER GOSPEL MISSION

For over 130 years, Oliver Gospel Mission has provided emergency food and shelter and addiction recovery services in Columbia. Their mission is to see that the broken and homeless are provided a warm meal, are sheltered, given the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and equipped to live responsibly.

ABOUT SPLASH OMNIMEDIA

Splash Omnimedia is a Lexington, South Carolina based marketing agency serving local, state, and national clients in a variety of industries. Their team of diverse designers, videographers, strategists, writers, and client managers helps businesses to create in-depth marketing strategies to better reach their target audiences. They do whatever it takes to help their clients build relationships with their community.