The House of Hope is a labor of love provided by a wide array of volunteers who want to help the neediest people among us. Being forced from one's homeland is an extremely traumatic experience. We strive to provide shelter and comfort as a place of rest during the journey.
Many hands have come together to make the House of Hope possible. After some time spent unoccupied, the building needed some repairs and updating.
Many people have stepped forward with donations of many kinds, and offered many hours of hard work and sweat:
The entire interior of the house received a fresh coat of paint, over the course of three full days, thanks to IUPAT District Council 4 Finishing Trades Institute.
All of the eight-bedroom second floor was installed single-handedly by Dennis Robida.
Learn more about our recent projects and how you can get involved.