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From Ruin to Restoration

I was raised in a good home with a good family. We weren’t rich, but I never went without either. I did well in school, and from an early age developed hopes and dreams for my future. However, as I entered high school I started giving in to peer pressure and partying. Occasional partying developed into a lifestyle, and as a result, I almost flunked my senior year fro...

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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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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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LoCAL Housing Complete! Finally, new housing options for poverty-level families.

“Building these homes is a sign of completion for me. Now I can give back to society instead of taking from it for so long.” - Brad Berry, Homes of Hope Men’s Development Intern This past week Homes of Hope rejoiced to celebrate another milestone in our fourteen-year history of developing affordable housing in Upstate South Carolina. After two years of ...

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LoCAL Housing: The Launch!

It’s official… LoCAL Housing has launched! The program many years in the making was recently unveiled to nearly 100 influential community members through a virtual groundbreaking held at Zen in Dowtown Greenville. Much research and exploration of construction and funding logistics prepped us to know just how exciting LoCAL Housing would be for the Upstate comm...

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Revolutionizing our Communities through Financial Focus

New Years resolutions are a popular January discussion. Not surprisingly, the beginning of a new year is seen as a fresh start; it’s a chance to set goals (and stick to them!) At Homes of Hope we see value in setting goals. We set big picture goals for our ministry as a whole, as well as goals for each individual office. We evaluate our past accomplishments, while ta...

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Demolition Week with Youth from Chicago’s Mercy Home

This double-wide had to go! Thankfully we had 11 strong & energetic volunteers from Chicago’s Mercy Home to help us out! Before: We were unable to use this old double-wide and needed to dispose of it A few times a year we have the unique privilege to host groups from various Universities and organizations who desire to spend a week volunteering with us. Last we...

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