Carole's House of Hope provides transitional living for young women and mothers who have aged out of foster care or have become homeless.
Our home-like environment, paired with innovative programs and services, encourages self-sufficiency and independence, promotes healing and ultimately restores hope.
To ignite hope in women and mothers and inspire them to discover their individual promise, purpose and power to influence their families, impact their communities and change their world.
Forever Family. Forever Hope. Forever a Legacy.
The holiday season is rapidly approaching and our families need your help. Our families are in need of every day necessities like clothes, hygiene products, household items and more.
You can donate these items by dropping them off at Carole's House Of Hope.
Click below to see how you can help!
How Hope Changed My Life
“CHH has been the opportunity of a lifetime. They have helped with my past trauma, offered classes on how to get an apartment even though I have negative things in my rental history. The staff is caring and has been supportive of me especially with my sobriety and cancer diagnosis. Thank you for all you have done."
can provide a one month scholarship for fees, a $100 gift card for groceries/diapers, deposit and a Welcome Basket*
can provide a deposit and a Welcome Basket*
can provide partial scholarship for fees (half month), deposit and a Welcome Basket*
can provide a two-month scholarship for fees, a $100 gift card for groceries/diapers, deposit and a Welcome Basket*
can provide a one month scholarship for fees, deposit and a Welcome Basket*
WHAT YOUR DONATION CAN DO
*The Welcome Basket includes; bed linens, towels, laundry detergent, toiletries and a baby monitor (to take with them as they transition to their own home.
Note: Carole's House of Hope is a 501(c) non profit organization and your donation is tax deductible.
Thank you to our community partners and donors. Your generosity allows Carole's House of Hope to thrive as a transitional living facility, well respected in the Omaha community.