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On the road again!

Alex is an intern in our men's development program. Many take their foot off the gas when they're near completion... Not this guy! :) He's just about to get started. Way to go Alex!...

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MEET LEE

Lee spent over 15 years in addiction. When everyone else said "no," Homes of Hope believed in him. Through Homes of Hope's Men's Development program he's now building a new life for himself and his family, while learning to build homes for others in need. ...

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Meet Jason

After 15 years of addiction and 6 months of rehab, Jason became a part of the one-year Men's Development Program. ...

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10 Years of Community

A Greenville native, Laura was one of the first rental clients in our mixed-income neighborhood made up of renters and homeowners in downtown Greenville. ...

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New and Improved

The before and after! ...

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Celebrating Graduates!

2016 Graduates residing in Homes of Hope neighborhoods! ...

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From Ruin to Restoration

I was raised in a good home with a good family. We weren’t rich, but I never went without either. I did well in school, and from an early age developed hopes and dreams for my future. However, as I entered high school I started giving in to peer pressure and partying. Occasional partying developed into a lifestyle, and as a result, I almost flunked my senior year fro...

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Why Hire a Homes of Hope Graduate?

November 30, 2017 In our one-year residential Men's Development program we provide specialized construction trade job training, Christian discipleship, life skills and financial wellness training for men overcoming drug and alcohol addictions. Over the past four years we have intentionally boosted the level of job training our men receive to increase their m...

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More Bang for your Buck: Tax Deduction for Donors

Any donation to Homes of Hope is eligible to receive a tax deduction on their income tax. As an entrepreneurial nonprofit, Homes of Hope is able to produce 70% of our budgeted income through housing related activities. Community support in the form of grants, foundation awards, and individuals' donations help us fulfill the other 30%. We are proud of this sustainable mo...

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Hollingsworth Funds awards Homes of Hope $100,000

Hollingsworth Funds awards Homes of Hope $100,000. Grant to help organization build 5 homes for poverty-level families....

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Homes of Hope Earns Palmetto Housing Achievement Award

Homes of Hope Earns Palmetto Housing Achievement Award Earns statewide recognition for LoCAL Housing program (May 7, 2015) Greenville, S.C. – Homes of Hope, a local nonprofit dedicated to rebuilding communities through developing energy-efficient affordable housing and rebuilding the lives of men overcoming addictions through job training and mentoring was presen...

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Homes of Hope Announced as 2015 Rose Ball Beneficiary

(June 2nd, 2015) The Charity Ball Board of Greenville has announced the beneficiaries for the 2015 Rose Ball. The Ball will be held on September 18, 2015 at the Poinsett Club. The theme for this year’s event is “Origin of the Rose.” The Rose Ball is Greenville's longest-running charitable community event, featuring more than 4,000 roses and providing f...

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Homes of Hope Wins Annual TD Charitable Foundation Housing for Everyone Affordable Housing Grant Competition, Awarded $100,000 for Senior Housing

Homes of Hope was recently awarded a $100,000 affordable housing grant through the TD Charitable Foundation's "Housing for Everyone" grant competition. The grant will be used to provide affordable and energy efficient housing for low-income senior citizens in the West Greenville neighborhood....

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Homes of Hope Receives $100,000 Grant to Support Affordable Housing for 68 Anderson Families

Homes of Hope Receives $100,000 Grant from Wells Fargo Housing Foundation Grant will support affordable housing for 68 Anderson, S.C. families...

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