Hope House of Boundary County
This year we have been SUPER BLESSED to see how God uses our COMMUNITY to meet the needs of others through Hope House.
We don’t get grants, we don’t have paid staff, and we have minimal overhead, which is covered by a local church. Your donations provide the food and hygiene products we have on hand. Thank you.
Your basic household item donations help us meet urgent needs, as well as just helping those we serve. Your nice clean clothing donations help bless many. We love seeing people’s faces light up at the nice clothes they are able to find… for themselves, for their kids, for their job interview, and often for their new job.
This last year, you donated money when our funds were running super low, even though we didn’t post our need publicly. You provided meat and non-perishable foods when our freezer and cabinets were almost empty. You donated beds, dressers, curtains, bedding, towels for many starting over from scratch. You donated items for our Christmas Stockings. Money donated helped purchase the Snack Packs we supply to the local schools to help offset the long breaks for the kids who get BoCo and High School students, who don’t.
You have no idea what a blessing you are to us, and to our community, so We are just here to remind you that your donations and support make a difference. We get to see their impact every week.
Thank you for your generous support of Hope House. We couldn’t do what we do without the help we receive from the community!
Hope House offers FREE clothing, food, baby items and more, to residents of Boundary County, ID. They are located on the NW corner of Roosevelt and Division in Duplex A.
Hope House has been operating out of its current location since 2011. They have a lot of great clothing, food items, hygiene, and household items because of our very generous community. Clean donations in GREAT condition are always appreciated.
Cash donations have allowed us to fill in the gaps when we run low on diapers, toilet paper, dish soap, etc. We try to focus on having items people cannot buy with food stamps.
“Simply here to help, no strings attached”
While there are no strings attached, we do have guidelines for how much people are allowed to take each month. Our goal is to HELP not support.