Project Hope for the Homeless announces new key hires
Project Hope for the Homeless serves as Lake County’s only homeless shelter
A big thank you to our sponsors for the 2020 Virtual Jog with a Frog 5K and 1 Mile Walk presented by Aqua Doc Lake and Pond Management!
With COVID-19 putting restrictions on some in-person events including foot races, we have decided to try something new this year for our annual road racing event to help raise awareness about homelessness and support Project Hope for the Homeless.
Project Hope for the Homeless is pleased to announce the receipt of $123,850 in grant funding to help expand services and respond to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Project Hope for the Homeless continues to take precautions as we remain open to serve our guests during this time of crisis.
Project Hope for the Homeless expanding service for families with children
Project Hope for the Homeless is working to close a gap in services it provides for families with children by keeping the shelter open all-day for these guests during weekday school closings during the coldest months of a school year.
In 2019, Project Hope for the Homeless served an all-time high number of 476 guests at the shelter located at 25 Freedom Road.
We have a BIG announcement! An anonymous donor has agreed to match all online donations we receive up to $10,000 in total now through Dec.
Project Hope for the Homeless is celebrating National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week from Nov.
Project Hope for the Homeless is pleased to announce the receipt of a $1,100 grant from the Western Reserve Junior Service League.
Since 1993, more than 8,000 children and adults experiencing homelessness in Northeast Ohio have received shelter, care, and guidance through Project Hope for the Homeless, the only emergency shelter in Lake County. In 2019, we served 476 guests including 71 children.
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