A Church-Based Approach to Ending Family Homelessness

Archive: Mar 2017

  1. Your Gift Helps End Family Homelessness

      Your gift today helps to end homelessnessfor a single mom and her children!          Since 1989, Bridge of Hope as ended homelessness through three-way partnerships between homeless single mothers, trained church-based mentoring groups, and trained case managers.   Women graduate from the Bridge of Hope program having attained: permanent rental housing financial [...]

  2. Join us in thanking 2017 Gala sponsors

      Cornerstone Sponsors Old Candle Barn Terry and Joan Gotwals Yoder Pace-Setter Sponsors Chicco USA William S. Gotwals – Pine Brook Farm Elizabeth C. Hagey Glenn and Anne Weaver Sherry and Kevin Lapp Willow Valley Associates Champion Sponsor Evelyn Hess James Spring & Wire Company Ambassador Sponsors Benjamin Franklin Plumbing Haller Enterprises, Inc. Goodville Mutual [...]

  3. Sarah’s Story

      Sarah’s daily work commute was four hours. The $8/hour that she earned as a residential aide did not cover her gas, insurance, rent, and child care expenses of $1,600+/ month. And, she had little time to spend with her sons. Sarah had not been able to make time to study for and pass the [...]

  4. Maternity Home Forging a Bridge of Hope for Single Moms

      Thanks to author Christy Brunke, the Pregnancy Help News included an article about Bridge of Hope. The article was also picked up by the National Right to Life News. Bridge of Hope is partnering with 2 maternity homes, Bridge of Hope @ Hannah’s House (Indiana) and Bridge of Hope @ Emma House (Calgary, Canada), [...]