House of Hope is a not-for-profit prison transitional ministry that ministers to those in prison and provides a faith based program as they are transitioning back into society.
Contact: (352) 672-5082, Tom Bakos (Executive Director), Tom@houseofhopegnv.org
Who they are: The House of Hope of Alachua County is a faith based discipleship program.
What they do: Volunteers from the House of Hope visit and minister to those in prison. They provide mentoring, fellowship, discipleship, and study of the Word. The House of Hope can house a certain number of people at a time once they leave prison. They provide them with mentoring, fellowship, discipleship, shelter, and clothing.
What YOU can do to help: Volunteer opportunities include:
One on One Mentoring
Life Skills (budgeting, computer)
Special Events (Luncheons, Graduations, Prayer Breakfast)
Bible Study/Prayer Leaders
Video Editing & Production
Provide Dinner & Fellowship
Weekend Fellowship (visiting with residents on weekends)
**If you are interested in volunteering with this organization, call the number listed above or use the e-mail address listed above.
The following donations are also needed:
Printing Material & Services
Christian DVDs, CDS, books
Dental & Medical Service
Gift Cards to local stores for Supplies/Clothes