We cannot solve the HOMELESS problem alone…

With our unique model, our day to day operating expenses are provided by the homeless themselves but things like replacing a defective stove rely on the kindness of people like you. (We do not accept any governmental (tax payer) funds.)  We hope you will consider being part of this grand experiment.
100% of any donation not matter how small will go directly to helping HnH with our mission. Please contribute whatever you can!

When you shop at Amazon go to https://smile.amazon.com selecting Homeless Not Hopeless. A small percentage will be donated to HnH

We need your love and we need your support.

Won’t you join us?


Homeless not Hopeless is a 501C Non-Profit Corporation. We exist on Donations from our friends.

 

Donate online with PayPal

We accept payment with most major credit cards or with your existing PayPal account.




Donate by check

Make checks payable to:

“Homeless not Hopeless, Inc.” and mail to:

Homeless not Hopeless, Inc.

119 Baxter Rd., Hyannis, MA  02601

 

Money is not the only way you can help.

Volunteering at HnH is a wonderful way to show you care for others who share this beautiful place called Cape Cod. Perhaps you have a skill you could share, maybe you have a favorite meal that you would consider teaching one of our houses to cook. Another alternative would be donating something your work place could offer; Some other ideas that would not cost you anything but help a great deal are:
1. When you purchase anything on Amazon go to  https://smile.amazon.com selecting Homeless Not Hopeless. A small percentage will be donated to HnH at no cost to you.
2. Post your support for HnH on your Facebook page, maybe start a fundraiser for us.
3. Perhaps you have something you could teach? Residents, including our managers, often have diverse learning needs. (Teaching management skills to our house managers, is the best teaching experience I have ever had.

Common Ground
We live in community. Whether we like it or not, this involves living with a variety of people, the poor and the privileged, the generous and the selfish, the fearful and the hopeful. While divisions can be exacerbated by the desire to exclude the homeless from living among us, there is common ground. These people are not “those people” but children of God, with ups and downs like everyone else. This is a time for people to show who, in truth, we really are, as together we occupy this common, sacred ground.

Join us!

Contact the address, email or phone above to share your wisdom, skills and energy.

When you shop at Amazon go to https://smile.amazon.com selecting Homeless Not Hopeless. A small percentage will be donated to HnH

 For further information on how you can help with this important concern see the document from National Coalition for the Homeless called “How YOU Can Help End Homelessness.”