Be a Bridge of Hope


Whether ​you ​are ​an ​individual, ​Christian ​agency ​or ​faith ​community, ​you ​can ​make ​a difference ​in ​ending ​family ​homelessness. ​Start ​making ​an ​impact ​and ​get ​involved:

A Church-Based Approach to Ending Family Homelessness

209

Women & Children Served

84%

of exiting families had safe & sustainable housing

87%

of exiting families were employed

453

Neighboring Volunteers

Stories of Hope

Nayr’s Story

Nayr’s life had hit a dead end. Despite a full-time job, she was stuck, living out of their car with no prospects of improvement save one: Bridge of Hope. Participation would require her to let down her guard and trust others, she knew. Would Nayr, who prided herself for her independence, be able to open up and accept help?

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I really like the way the Bridge of Hope program is set up. It organizes a group of believers from a church and helps us do ministry for a single mom who, in our case, has really bought into the relationship part of the program. I don't want to just throw money or build houses. I want a relationship with a single mom and her kids, and Bridge of Hope is set up for that. We just do the loving and provide the network of support. It’s set up perfectly for our church’s ministry focus.

Pat Smith, Neighboring Volunteer | Bridge of Hope @ Midland’s Open Door