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What is your resolution?

Believe in the power of your hopeful heart.

As you look toward 2021, filled with hope for what is yet to come, you’re likely making your resolutions, filled with what you hope to feel in the new year: joy, love, peace.

We’d like to help you with one of your resolutions right now.

Let your heart create warmth and safety for the veterans, men and women in the homeless shelters. Believe your compassion can give a mother in recovery strength when she needs it most. Share your kindness with neighbors who are struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic.

Give your gift of hope this holiday season.

  • Join the Circle of Hope

    Circle of Hope

    The Circle of Hope is a community of kind people, like you, who give hope all year long. Your monthly donation will help build a better future and create a thriving, more vibrant community.

    Give Hope Monthly
  • One-time Giving

    Give Hope Now

    Your one-time gift helps homeless veterans, families and individuals. You can fill hearts with hope.

    Give Hope Now
  • Learn more ways to give back for the holidays.
Holiday Giving

Other Ways to Give Right Now

  1. Give Hope for the Holidays. 
    Your help is critical right now. Give online or find a wish list.
    Give Hope for the Holidays
  2. Share Hope. 
    Write a message of hope from your heart to a veteran, mother, family or individual who is fighting their way to well-being now.
    Share a Message of Hope.

  3. Virtual Volunteering.
    You can serve from the comforts of your home and provide love. 
    United With Love

Did You Know? The Cares Act Encourages Charitable Giving

The federal government’s coronavirus response legislation, known as the CARES Act, includes multiple provisions offering individuals and corporations significant incentives for charitable giving in 2020. View the PDF here.

Questions?

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Power of Hope 2020

Your compassion gives hope.

Thank you for helping build stronger communities every day.

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