We Depend on Donations From You
The House of Hope Foundation, Inc., is an IRS 501(3)(c) non-profit corporation and a 509(a)(2) public charity. House of Hope has the ability to accept MasterCard, Visa, Amex and Discover for donations. If you would like to make a donation, please click on the donate button or mail your check to the address below.
Please mail your check to:
House of Hope Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 921
San Pedro, CA 90731
Call Toll Free: (877) 403-8016
Over the years the McMillen Foundation and many other generous donors have allowed House of Hope to continue to grow and expand its services. The clients are the grateful recipients of your donations.
From the clients themselves and from the staff who witness changes in the women, we humbly say, “Thank you all for your graciousness and generosity. We love and appreciate you more than you’ll ever know.”
What Your Donation Can Do
Your donation of $100, $500, $1000, $5000 or greater provides the opportunity for residential treatment services to a woman who lacks the financial resources. Every week many women call or come through the gate at House of Hope seeking the priceless gift of recovery. Your donation provides the chance for a woman to take that step towards a new life and be welcomed into a structured, safe, and loving environment.
$100 donation supplies:
- notebooks & pens for 52 women in our Primary Program
$500 donation buys:
- 12 books – Alcoholics Anonymous
- 12 books – Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions
$1000 donation ensures:
- 2 weeks of food for 24 women
$5000 donation provides one woman per month:
- board & care
- 8 individual groups (face to face)
- 126 hours of group sessions
- 4 family group counseling
- 4 smoking cessation group counseling
How Are Donations Used?
It means the world to us that you’ve decided to open your hearts to House of Hope. We are always striving to do more for the women in our community, and part of that effort is being very careful with donated funds. The least we can do in return for your generosity is to maximize the effect that donated resources can have on the lives and welfare of the women.