Launched in June 2004 as a response in faith to the reoccurring deaths of abandoned, neglected, and orphaned babies, House of Hope has since expanded to become a beacon of hope to children in crisis in the Goldfield's community and beyond.
House of Hope, formally known as House of Hope Community Life Development, now consists of five well-established projects which all focus on investing in the lives and dreams of children.
House of Hope is a community program in the truest sense, sustained in part by the community it passionately strives to serve.
We invite you to become part of the "Hope Journey" and make a worth-while investment in the future.
"For if my mother and father should abandon me, You would welcome and comfort me"
We educate and support communities with a special focus on young women and girls on critical issues such as HIV prevention, Sexual Reproductive Health, and STI's.
We assist and empower families facing various challenges related to substance abuse and unacceptable behavior with various programs, weekly support groups and more.
We provide temporary care for babies 0-18months until they are reunited with family under the supervision of a social worker, adopted, or placed in alternative care.
We provide permanent foster care for 17 children until they turn 18 years of age or finish with school. We provide temporary care for children in crisis aged 19 months - 18 years.
We provide training opportunities aimed at empowering and equipping people who work with children like parents, teachers, and social workers.
Become a partner and invest in the lives and dreams of children. Whether you're donating time, skills or money, your donation is important to us!