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Hope House is a non-profit organization
providing neighborhood support to
families...
especially to mothers and their children.
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Check out the new article:

Something Good in the Neighborhood
"Coming Soon:  2014 Baby Olympics"

  • Can we display a large bottle in your business, to collect change?
  • Can we distribute small baby bottles to your group, to collect change?
  • Is a short "Baby Olympics" presentation to your group possible?
​"A Muslim Letter, 'A Common Word  Between Us and You',
Draws Increasing Support, Including that of Hope House"
...read more on our Hope for the Nations page
Hope House Fall 2013 Volunteers
Thanks to the generosity of community groups and individuals, 145 family gift boxes were distributed this season.  We especially appreciate help from:
  • Toys for Tots
  • ​Percy's Burrow of Topsham
  • Family Dollar, Auburn
  • Freeport Community Thrift Store
  • Good Shepherd Food Bank
  • Goodwill
  • Heutz Oil
  • Maxim's Heating
Check out our latest "Hope for the Holidays" project.  Visit our
 "Hope for the Holidays" page, see the new photos and articles! Lewiston Sun Journal article 
November Volunteer Appreciation Brunch in Mechanic Falls
Meet the founders of Hope House on the "About" page.
Please join Hope House in praying for peace in Ukraine, 
and for the many nations impacted. The Willson’s oldest daughter, Rachel, and her family are very close to this recent turmoil, as they live in Hungary which borders Ukraine. They housed a family that fled the unrest, and they regularly interact with neighboring countries, from their strategic home in Budapest. To learn more of how to pray for and support their call to encourage Eastern European men, women, and youth, visit Rachel & Norbert Lakatos’s blog at 
www.lakatosfamily.wordpress.com
Bruce & Jan's daughter, Rachel, in Budapest
(you may remember her visit to Lewiston last spring)