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  • Reflelcting on my internship

    I have been an intern at Door of Hope this summer. I am currently getting my masters at Fuller Theological Seminary in Intercultural Studies with an emphasis on Children at Risk. As part of my practicum, I chose to work at ...

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  • A Day at Hollywood Boulders

    Last week, I had the neat opportunity to bring some staff and kids from our non-profit organization to Hollywood Boulders (HB). Our organization, Door of Hope, works with families that are overcoming homelessness...

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  • A LIfe Rebuilt

    The mission of Door of Hope is to equip homeless families and children to rebuild their lives. While this statement is short and simple, the process of rebuilding is hardly short or simple. The process towards reaching a life rebuilt...

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  • No Rules Day

    I’ve been the COO at Door of Hope now for over eight months, and I continue to be impressed by the quality of staff, and their creative, out-of-the-box thinking with regard to our program...

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  • family homelessness is down

    Public perception has been that homelessness has gone up, these numbers confirm it. Chronic homelessness most directly affects the public’s perception of homelessness. The chronically homeless are often those living in encampments and in their vehicles, and thus are...

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  • HOPE STORY: Ronnie and Perla

    Ronnie and Perla were sleeping in their car. Ronnie had lost his job, bills started piling up, they fell behind on rent, and before they knew it they found themselves homeless. Not knowing where to go or what to do, Ronnie started looking around for shelters. His wife Perla however, was apprehensive...

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  • Stand Against domestic Violence

    I am one of the more recent additions to the Door of Hope team and my time here has just begun. With just a few days remaining until I complete my third full month, I can already see that I have begun to invest myself into the work that goes on. As a result of throwing myself into...

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  • It matters to this one

    I am one of the more recent additions to the Door of Hope team and my time here has just begun. With just a few days remaining until I complete my third full month, I can already see that I have begun to invest myself into the work that goes on. As a result of throwing myself into...

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  • It's all about the Re-

    This past week, on Friday, May 11th, Door of Hope welcomed Keller Williams Realty for their annual RED Day event. On RED Day (RED standing for Renew, Energize and Donate), Keller Williams associates choose an organization that is making impact in the local community...

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  • Seek first the Kingdom of God

    This chapter of my life began with a simple, yet well-known verse from the Bible “Seek first the Kingdom of God and the rest will be added unto you” (Matthew 6:33) It was October of 2008, I was newly jobless and absolutely plan-less and beginning to feel a bit hopeless. I had 3 children...

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  • using fun to teach finances

    • Post By: Gema Chow
    • Categories: ASP Program

    You’re never too young to learn fiscal responsibility; and this is especially true for the kids we care for at Door of Hope. We are a local non-profit that helps families and children experiencing homelessness...

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