Volunteering During COVID-19

ATTENTION VOLUNTEERS: For the safety of our families living at Door of Hope, we have decided to temporarily cease all outside volunteer groups and public tours until further notice. As you might imagine, there is increased risk to families living in a communal environment if anyone at the house is affected by COVID-19. While we can’t control everything, we are trying to limit our families’ exposure to those not living here to reduce their risk.  Thank you for your understanding, and please know that we need your support now more than ever!

Grocery Donor

Fuel our families!
Grocery donors give produce and packaged food to our families. Our volunteer chef prepares catered meals at low to no-cost because of grocery donations. You can donate by yourself or collect goods from a group you’re a part of such as your church.

Help Our Kids

Give fun to our kids!
Arts & Craft Activities: we need arts & craft activity kits for our families so kids can have something fun to do when they’re not doing schoolwork.

Educational Activities: Supplement kids’ at-home schoolwork with educational activities like STEM kits or other educational projects.


Housewarming Baskets

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Support our graduating families!
Even during COVID-19, families are graduating from our program. Provide a housewarming basket to help them celebrate! When a family moves into their own home, they often can’t afford many of the household essentials needed to feel comfortable. Your basket donation will make a huge difference as they settle into their new homes! 



Raise funds to support families!
Fundraise from the comfort of your home by setting up a crowdfunding page through Door of Hope’s website or Facebook page. You’ll help raise much-needed funds to support our transitional housing and homelessness prevention program families.

Virtual Life-skills Classes

Help parents learn new skills!
Teach a class about parenting, financial literacy, or nutrition. Have a unique skill? Reach out to see if it’s something you can teach our residents.


Professionals wanted!
We’re looking for volunteers with professional skills and expertise. Some needs include building owners, career counselors, medical professionals, attorneys, and interpreters. Reach out if you have another skill you can use to help our families.