If you didn’t know any better, you’d think Mike Bone had cloned himself. He is everywhere! Always helping, always supporting, always encouraging.
He and his wife of 34 years, Kim, have two two children in reside in Oak Hill. Mike founded Warm Hands from Warm Hearts in 2013. It began with gathering hats and gloves for children in Fayette County and has grown into a storefront ministry that helps thousands of children each year. They provide mobile food pantries, recovery meetings, faith-based ministry, a summer camp for at-risk kids, and basic supplies for folks in need.
Mike is also an active member of Fayette County’s Quick Response Team (QRT), a Harm Reduction team member, and a Family Treatment Court team member.
For his daily commitment to loving his neighbors and reaching out to support those in need, RealWV is proud to name Mike Bone as the certified Real West Virginian of the week.
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