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More Bang for your Buck: Tax Deduction for Donors

Any donation to Homes of Hope is eligible to receive a tax deduction on their income tax. As an entrepreneurial nonprofit, Homes of Hope is able to produce 70% of our budgeted income through housing related activities. Community support in the form of grants, foundation awards, and individuals' donations help us fulfill the other 30%. We are proud of this sustainable mo...

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Why Hire a Homes of Hope Graduate?

November 30, 2017 In our one-year residentialMen's Developmentprogram we provide specialized construction trade job training, Christian discipleship, life skills and financial wellness training for men overcoming drug and alcohol addictions. Over the past four years we have intentionally boosted the level of job training our men receive to increase their marketability...

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Hollingsworth Funds awards Homes of Hope $100,000

Hollingsworth Funds awards Homes of Hope $100,000. Grant to help organization build 5 homes for poverty-level families....

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God is in the Greeting Card

It is also in these moments that I realize just how quickly I can forget that He is always there and always shows up on time, every time. This time God showed up in a greeting card....

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My future is Jesus and Bella! | A Father's Reflection at Christmas

During his time at Homes of Hope, Isreal has reconnected with his four-year-old daughter and learned the magic of the holidays free of alcohol and drug addiction....

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Honoring our Veterans: A Tuskegee Airman Flourishing in Affordable Housing

Homes of Hope celebrates Veterans! Read the incredible story of Homes of Hope tenant, Al Mayhew, an American hero & Tuskegee Airman. ...

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Big Success: Homes of Hope's 10th Annual Golf Classic

Thanks to our many golfers & sponsors for making our 10th Annual Golf Classic a record-breaking fundraising tournament!...

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Meet our Board: John Smith

John Smith is a missionary, Homes of Hope homeowner, and Board Member at Homes of Hope...

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August 3rd-- West Greenville Block Party

August 3rd, 2014 is Homes of Hope's annual Block Party in West Greenville....

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Bonus Updates from the 2014 Hope House Dinner & Auction

On May 16th, 2014 Homes of Hope held our annual fundraising banquet at the Hyatt in Downtown Greenville. Together with 500 guests we celebrated our 15th Anniversary and the many lives that have been changed through our mission of affordable housing and job training. Here are some updates from our event speakers. "It was a relief to share my story at Homes of Hope's banq...

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Guest Blog: "It's not just about houses, it's about lives."

Volunteer Guest Blog: From the moment that I visited Homes of Hope's website I began to see the mission, vision, and impact that Homes of Hope was making in the lives of the community. Immediately I wanted to learn more....

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Job Opening at Homes of Hope: Accounts Manager, Financial Department

Job Opening: Homes of Hope is hiring a full-time Accounts Manager to join our Financial Department in Greenville, South Carolina. ...

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The Transformation of Nonprofits through Entrepreneurial Thinking: Greenville News Feature on Homes of Hope

For years nonprofits have been guilty of the same ‘poverty mindset’ as some of their clients. We believe we have a unique position to help lead in the transformation of nonprofits through entrepreneurial thinking....

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Winter Storm Pax: Photos from our Families

Winter Storm Pax hits the Upstate! Here are some photos contributed from our tenants & homeowners from various housing developments throughout Greenville. We've never seen these neighborhoods look quite like this!...

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From Our CEO: We Can't End Homelessness Without More Affordable Housing

Many people who live under bridges do so because they simply can’t afford housing.We can’t end homelessness without more affordable housing��"from the shelter, to transitional, to permanent. We need support from the community��"both corporate support and individual support....

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Dreaming New Dreams at Christmas

As we review the year we leave behind we celebrate great joys and we’re thankful for your involvement, whether through finances, prayer, or volunteer support. As we move forward into 2014, we anticipate great potential in people and in neighborhoods- but we need your help. ...

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Thankful for a New Start: The Story of Two Brave Little Girls

Newlyweds, Sam and Dee Orange, share their adoption story and how Homes of Hope provided the home where their family found a new start....

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Help Families in Need: Hiring Client Development Assistant

Homes of Hope is hiring a part-time Client Development Assistant to work with affordable housing clients in Greenville, SC....

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Dedication of Gideon's House - A Home for Men Overcoming Addictions

Gideon's House took some work to become the home it is today. Due to the countless hours and resources of volunteers, funders, and our Men's Development interns, Gideon’s House has become a haven for our men overcoming addictions as they commit a year to our job training and mentoring program. Join us as we celebrate this special home!...

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My Name is Gary and I'm Never Going Back

Last night we celebrated the Homes of Hope Graduation of our intern, Gary. Gary was one of the older men in our program and was known to be the "grumpy old man" with a heart of gold. An expert painter, he provided valuable mentorship to many of the other men in the program as they completed various painting projects on our housing. After a year with us, Gary has a handful ...

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"I Can't Create Breath"

As men graduate from Homes of Hope, we are able to welcome new men in their place. Recently, we have graduated three who will join the ranks of the 265 men we have helped thus far. In their place we welcome Frank, Joe, & Donald. These are three men with different stories, but with at least one thing in common: they've come to Homes of Hope serious about sobriety and eager ...

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Solid Reflections via Slippery Rock University

Slippery Rock students Homes of Hope Another week is moving quickly into the weekend here and we can't help but to reflect over the time we've shared with our "Care Break" volunteers from Slippery Rock University. Sixteen students and chaperones joined us from Pennsylvania to partner with our staff and the men in our year-long internship program to rehabilitate a donated...

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