You Can Make A Difference!

Consider Donating Today.

There are many ways to show your support for House of Hope. A monetary donation is the easiest way to get our clients the items they desperately need. We accept all major credit cards or check.


In kind donations of food, clothing, and other essentials are always accepted and appreciated. Please review the list below and help anyway you can.

Also, we urge organizations, local communities and businesses to coordinate drives collecting specific items such as; gift cards, individually wrapped snacks, hats, gloves, socks, underwear and personal care products for the clients of House of Hope!  Contact Dawn Santos at 401-463-3324 x 206 to coordinate a donation! Every donation makes a difference.

Items desperately needed for our programs:

  •  Gift cards for Dunkin Donuts, McDonald’s, Subway, etc (to help clients meet immediate food needs)
  • Toiletries (Razors, Shaving cream, Shampoo, Lotion, Combs, Soap, Deodorant, Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Feminine hygiene items (pads, tampons))
  • Tums/Pepcid/Pepto Bismol
  • First Aid Supplies (Antibiotic ointment, Alcohol swabs, Peroxide, Gauze, Band-Aids, Foot Powder)
  • Paper Goods (Paper plates, Napkins, Plastic forks and spoons)
  • NEW Bedding: Blankets, Pillows, Air Mattresses
  • Playing cards, Board games, Puzzles
  • NEW Socks (white)
  • Flip flops (for shower)
  • NEW Boxers or Briefs (M, L, XL)
  • NEW Gym shorts (M, L, XL)
  • Cloth belts (one size fits all)
  • Bottled water
  • Powdered drink mixes
  • Food: Granola Bars/Fruit Bars, Microwavable Soups, Cereal, Peanut butter & Jelly, Crackers, etc
  • Laundry detergent, laundry bags
  • Prepaid laundry cards (from Premiere Laundromat, 280 Garfield Ave., Cranston – most convenient location to Harrington Hall on bus line)
  • New or used clothing (EXCEPT used socks and undergarments)
Donations from the list above are always in need.  Please call Dawn Santos at 401-463-3324 x206

Support reMARKable Music Room (now located at 3190 Post Road, Warwick)

Please consider making a donation to House of Hope CDC, to support the on-going activities of this wonderful and creative space.
Mark_drawing1The reMARKable Music Room is dedicated in honor and memory of Mark Goldstein (July 2, 1986 – February 18, 2015) a loving, generous, compassionate, creative, beautiful free spirit. Through Mark’s spirit, remarkable things occur in the House of Hope CDC’s music room. Minds are calmed. Hearts are mended. Confidence is gained. Pride is instilled. Creativity is unleashed. Joy is found, and a sense of belonging to the community grows.

Thank you for your support!



House of Hope CDC is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.


A Big Thanks

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Because of You

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25th Anniversary Celebration

House of Hope Community Development Corporation, along with its Board of Directors, constituents, and supporters, celebrated the organization’s 25thAnniversary on Thursday May 15 at Harbor Lights Marina in Warwick. The event was hosted by Governor Phillip Noel who was honored as the organization’s first Ambassador of Hope and raised $65,000. The 200 attendees were given the first view of the organization’s new video and logo and learned of the organization’s history in the city of Warwick and as a statewide provider of housing and social services for the homeless. Governor Noel, the keynote speaker, concluded the evening by asking guests to continue to support an organization that is, “saving lives every day.” “The event was a huge success,” says Jean Johnson, the organization’s Executive Director, who founded the organization in 1989 with founding Board members Carol Rooney and John Rooney.  “Not only was it a good event at a beautiful venue, b ut we were able to raise some much-needed funds to continue to provide the services we do and remain a strong organization.” Johnson said another goal of the event was to raise awareness about the organization, which has struggled to keep name recognition, especially outside of Warwick.  “We do a lot and have helped so many people. And we’re helping to rebuild the City of Warwick and other neighborhoods across the state. In a lot of ways, we’ve become one of the state’s best-kept secrets. It’s time for us to shine a... read more