Jeremy Searcy has a passion to end the cycle of homelessness in Orange County, which he shares in common with Project Hope Alliance CEO, Jennifer Friend. Teaming up with Hurley, Searcy and other local artists will be showcasing their work during “Hope At Hurley”, which will include a silent auction, food and clothing drive, and more.What began during a small art show in San Clemente with friend, Eric Harrington, grew larger by their simple act of giving to others. Searcy and Harrington donated their proceeds from that show to Project Hope Alliance and gained the attention of the surrounding art and surf communities in the process. Now, a third-grade teacher, Jeremy has been drawing since he can remember and enjoys using his gifts for the greater good.
“The impact I’d love to see is not only people buying art because it goes to a good cause but people being motivated to take their talents and resources and keep the ball moving with their innovative ideas. It would be so rad if this night motivated people, young and old, to step out of their lives and make a change in their community. You don’t have to be an artist to be creative.” – Jeremy Searcy
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