Dear Friends, Supporters, and Prospective Contributors to the House of Hope

This year I celebrate seven years as the founder and operator of House of Hope Christ-Centered Recovery, Inc.! What an amazing journey! House of Hope is a safe transitional home for women who have completed their residential treatment program and are preparing to become productive citizens again.  We believe that women can be made whole, healed, and restored through the Power of God.

In leading support groups for the last eleven years, I’ve found that one of the biggest problems to full recovery is the lack of safe housing — the women have no safe place to go once they complete their residential treatment program. I want to continue to offer them a safe place.

Can I count on you for your financial support? With your tax-deductible gift, I will be able to continue operating this safe house and you will know that you had a part in giving hope to a mother, sister, cousin, aunt, or friend. What is more satisfying than knowing that YOU made a difference in a young woman’s life?

Will you please consider making a monthly pledge or a one-time donation, or sponsoring one of the ladies for a period? As a recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit by the Internal Revenue Service, your donations are deductible as charitable contributions on your federal and state income tax returns. Please consult with your tax professional for more information. Please download the Pledge Card (Download Pledge Card Here) and mail it to the address below.

Any contribution or pledge you give is greatly appreciated.  Please enclose your gift, and mail to:

 House of Hope, Inc.

c/o Rosie M. Hightower

1291 Cornwall Road

Decatur, Georgia  30032

If you would like to schedule a tour of the home to see first hand how your contribution will make a difference, or if you have any questions, please contact me at 678-789-2503. Thank you in advance for your support.

Rosie M. Hightower,

Director

Happy is he who has the God of Jacob for his help, whose hope is in the LORD his God.  Psalms 146:5


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