When you give...It Helps Discover A Place Called HomeYour commitment and contributions provide a future for children and families right in our backyard. Loisann's Hope House needs your financial contribution now more than ever. Every dollar ensures that a child is off the street and able to have shelter. We touch the lives of 40 children a day and over a hundred people a year! Help us continue to be their beacon of hope and provide stability in the wake of tragedy. Your Gift of Hope changes lives!
Donations are needed.We are in need of food, black trash bags, paper products, cleaning supplies, medicines, and gift cards (Food Lion, Walmart, etc.). Please see our Wish List page for an all inclusive list. We accept donations of food, household goods, furniture, appliances, and clothing; however, due to our building expansion, space is very limited on what we can accept. We are always in need of non-perishable food items, cleaning supplies, and paper/plastic products and will always accept those items.
Volunteer... You can change lives.You can volunteer at Loisann's Hope House in the office, daycare, maintenance, or help with childcare in the evenings while our mothers have classes. Please click below for current volunteer opportunities. You must complete a volunteer application prior to volunteering. You can print the application from the link below or pick one up from our office. Volunteer applications can be dropped off, faxed to us, or mailed in. Be sure to include your e-mail address on the application. Initial contact will be made via e-mail.
Homelessness in our Community
Loisann’s Hope House program and model combines effective practices that incorporate safe, affordable housing, employment, transportation and childcare. These are all necessary components for a family to sustain financial self-reliance…Read More
Families experiencing homelessness are under considerable stress. Homelessness is a devastating experience that significantly impacts the health and well-being of adults and children. Often, members of homeless families have experienced…Read More
ADULTS & CHILDREN SERVED
Adults and children received services such as crisis intervention, safe shelter, individual counseling, group sessions and therapy.
SAFE SHELTER NIGHTS
Families stayed an average of 110 nights in shelter.
REMAIN IN HOUSING
Families that remain in housing after exiting the program.
THERAPY & COUNSELING HOURS
Families enter into the program and a comprehensive assessment is conducted to understand what is needed in addition to shelter.
- Interested in being a part of the Spring Street Home Task Force?
- Contact us about naming rights of our facilities
- Capital project donations are available
- Come tour the facility