Imagine how difficult it would be to be a single mother with no family support and no one to turn to for help in a time of need. Jenny was in just such a situation. Working as a hotel housekeeper in Denver she struggled as a single mom to care for her two young children. In her vulnerable state, she met a man who promised to help her, and that relationship ended in domestic violence. She left him and then realized she was going to be dealing with more aftermath from the abuse, including an unplanned pregnancy.
When Jenny contacted Hope’s Promise, she was looking for counseling and support. What she received was so much more! With all her options discussed, she chose to parent her baby. With her social worker’s help, she was able to secure stable housing and buy some food for herself and her children. Hope’s Promise social workers were able to serve Jenny during her time of need using resources from our Care Fund.
Hope’s Promise strives to serve women and men in a way that transforms lives. We care for over 100 women and men each year. Our desire is to show the love of Christ in real and tangible ways during this critical time and beyond. Only about 20% of the women we counsel choose adoption. For those who decide to parent, we strive to help them create stability in their lives by connecting them with community resources and providing financial assistance to equip them to be successful in their parenting plan, which comes from the Care Fund.
The Care Fund was created to fill the financial gap we experience when serving women in crisis who decided to parent. These fees are not covered by our other programs. Annually the Care Fund needs approximately $10,000 to provide these important services. Will you consider partnering with us by donating to the Care Fund? A gift of $50, $100, $500, $1,000, or more can make a tremendous difference. We need your help to ensure these essential services are available to women and men who need our support. To join us, click on the link below
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A Gift of any kind to Hope’s Promise will not result in the preferential treatment of a client or affect in any way the placement of a child.