This summer we held our annual BBQ  and backpack giveaway for alumni families who are now thriving in their own homes. When we celebrate the success of families who have graduated 1, 5, and 10+ years ago, it's a great reminder that your support has long-term impact! Forty-three Door of Hope...

Door of Hope kids just got back from summer camp at Forest Home - a fun place to just be kids again, while growing spiritually, emotionally, and physically. Swimming, campfires, and outdoor games were some of the daily highlights, while connecting with God and God's...

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]LA County 2019 Homeless Count was released this week, see the results below and the implications this has for the families we serve![/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width="1/2" css=".vc_custom_1559852014342{background-color: #d0bae2 !important;}"][vc_column_text] Quick Facts About Homelessness in LA County: 58,936 people are experiencing homelessness in LA County a 12% increase from last year.  ...

Happy Mother's Day! I am Wendi Gaines, a mother, a 2008 Door of Hope graduate, and the first alumni to serve on Door of Hope’s board.  This Mother’s Day, as I get ready to send my youngest daughter off to college, I wanted to thank you...

Exactly a year ago, we sent out this story about recent Door of Hope graduates named Ubaldo & Jill who started their own car cash business while living at Door of Hope. Jill and Ubaldo came to us in April 2017 in a state of financial crisis. They owed a significant amount of debt...

Brenda, her 3 children, and her parents were living together in the comfort of their own home. In 2017 her parents moved to Arizona to retire. Shortly after, Brenda's father became ill and passed away. Due to issues between family members, Brenda's siblings decided to...

It's Women's Day! As we celebrate the strength and gifts of women today, we are mindful that 15,000 women are homeless in LA County, and 80% of women and children experiencing homelessness have also experienced domestic violence. That's why empowerment, one of Door of Hope's...

Maria and her three, soon to be four, children became homeless following a separation from her husband and eventually being evicted. In October 2018 Maria and her family came to Door of Hope. When entering our program, Maria already had a secure job and continued...

First-time homelessness increased by 16% last year across LA County, which means that current families who successfully beat homelessness are being replaced by new homeless families entering the system.  Door of Hope's new prevention program helps these families before they become homeless - addressing their immediate financial crisis, preventing eviction,...