Hope House is run 24/7 by a dynamic team of volunteers who are supervised by a volunteer coordinator under a program called "Hope Holders". Volunteers are responsible women, age 18 or older, who answer the phone, answer the door, and provide a presence/support during their desired shifts(s). All volunteers undergo a general background check. While not required, volunteers are also encouraged to share their special skills, hobbies, or interests during their time at the home. We are always seeking volunteers for the following shifts (any day of the week):
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Hope House Foundation
P.O. Box 61, 15604 Northcross Drive, Huntersville, NC 28078, US
The mission of the Hope House Foundation is to provide transitional housing and supportive services to women and children who are experiencing homelessness in the Lake Norman area in order for them to procure long-term housing and self-sufficiency.
Hope House provides transitional housing and support services for single unaccompanied women or women with children (Boys up to age 8 only) experiencing "situational" homelessness. With up to 12 beds in a pleasant congregate living environment, Hope House encourages transformative life choices and helps women from various backgrounds, experiences, age groups, and from all walks of life. Neither a battered women’s shelter nor a substance abuse recovery center, we are simply a place for our guests to call "home" for up to six months as they get back on their feet.