Homes of Hope history
We opened our first "Home of Hope" in April 2015. Currently, we have five Nepali girls living in the home along with home parents. The girls will have every necessity of life met, so that they may have the opportunity for a hopeful future. The Collective Hope Home is a loving and safe environment for these girls to thrive to their fullest potential; where their Physical, Spiritual, and Educational needs are met. They will be loved, cared for and guided by loving “home parents.”
We believe that a healthy home is the key to raising a healthy child. Our focus is ongoing support of children who are living in a healthy home environment. When we discover a child who is in need of a healthy home environment, we invite them into one of our Homes of Hope for them to experience what it means to be a part of a close-knit family.
Your home partnership also provides for the one-site staff and the operational costs of the home.
Our vision is to develop a “Haven of Hope” with multiple homes, a garden, and a play area to provide hope and opportunity for 16-20 vulnerable Nepali girls. Our hope is for these girls to be raised in a small home environment where they are loved, nurtured and guided into a hopeful and meaningful future. While living in one of our homes, we will care for their physical, educational, emotional and spiritual needs.
Phase One estimated budget: $28,000.00
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Construction began on May 31