The Young Leaders Committee of Project HOME hosted its annual Bring Philly HOME fund-raiser on May 31 at the Masonic Temple in Philadelphia. Since 1989, Project HOME has helped thousands of people break the cycle of homelessness and poverty by providing care that includes street outreach, housing, and services that focus on health care, education, and employment. At the event, some 450 guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d'oeuvres and an interactive art experience, with attendees writing messages of hope on ribbons. After the event, the ribbons were woven together and will become a permanent exhibit at Project HOME's newest residence, currently under construction. The work will accompany Meg Saligman's earlier "Knotted Grotto" art installation presented during the pope's Philadelphia visit. Event proceeds of $120,000 will benefit Project HOME.