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The ultimate solution to homelessness in R.I.: Safe and affordable housing We all agree that more affordable housing is needed, but we need resources to help people while projects are being completed, the executive director of House of Hope says By Laura JaworskiUpdated May 31, 2022, 2:21...

Celebration of Hope - United for Change  Wednesday, September 14, 2022 The Celebration of Hope, United for Change, will take place on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at 6:00pm at Providence G in Providence, RI.  This festive fundraiser will honor the historical and present-day successes and people of...

Third Annual 401 Gives Day  April 1, 2022 In April of 2020, House of Hope CDC participated in our first annual 401 Gives Day; as the world was shutting down and sheltering in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fast forward and here we are participating in...

 NECSEMA AND HOUSE OF HOPE CDC PARTNER TO KEEP RHODE ISLAND’S HOMELESS WARM   Convenience store association provides gas cards to Rhode Island organization in response to a skyrocketing number of homeless living in their cars STOUGHTON, Mass. (February 22, 2022) – Through the generous support of its members, the...

Winter Appeal 2021 In April 2018, House of Hope CDC launched the first mobile shower unit in New England and the first of its kind in the country. Since its inception 3 years ago, Shower to Empower has provided 900 medical visits. The way these lives...

Give 4 Hope Imagine for a minute a cold and snowy winter night here in Rhode Island; one of those winter nights where the temperature and wind chill combined, makes it very frigid. Now imagine that same winter night and the only place you can find...

A second Chance at Life Over the past year, we have witnessed firsthand the number of Rhode Islanders experiencing homelessness, skyrocket. In May 2021, there were 390 Rhode Islanders living in "places not meant for human habitation" - cars, RVs, tents, and the streets. The COVID-19...