We’ve been granted the 2020 Make More Happen Award as a result of being nominated by Integrity Insurance for our Outreach work here @Haven of Hope Community Outreach #MakeMoreHappenAward
Because of you we were able to earn an additional $5000.00 by you sharing our story. If you were unable to share, you can still help to make more happen by donating below! We are sending you a huge thank you!!!!
Haven of Hope Community Outreach, Inc (HOHCO) provides services to strengthen individuals, families, and the communities in which they live in order to create productive and functional employees, healthy individuals and families, and to develop clean and safe communities. HOHCO works to combat food and economic insecurity, as well as decrease deterioration inner city neighborhoods, and fight to prevent abuse of any kind. i.e. substances/domestic/children/women, etc.)
HOHCO implements programs/provide services that will impact youth individuals/families, the elderly, unemployed, retired, laid off, and the homeless and their community. The outreach will provide food, access to affordable clothing and other domestic needs, training/enrichment programs (parental/job/academic, esteem/character building), recreational, and activities and programs that will promote community attachment and improvement.
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the team!
In an effort to impact the strained household budget, unemployed households, or the impact of homelessness. HOHCO currently provides a food program. 80% of contributed revenue has been devoted to the implementation of the food program. Noncash contributions of food from Forgotten Harvest makes it possible to feed 35+ families every week.
Your generous gift will help us fund our mission to help those in need. Together, we can make a difference.
In 1998, a second generation descendant, Lena Teagarden (daughter of Susie Campbell) reopened Holy Temple Pentecost which at the time was a dilapidated structure. Making the necessary improvements to the building, the church began to minister to the 48204 community again. In April 2003, Lena Teagarden founded Haven of Hope Community Outreach, Inc. Haven of Hope's mission is to provide an oasis of opportunity to feed clothe, comfort and encourage, educate and empower those in need. With the assistance of her sisters, her children (third generation) and volunteers, Haven of Hope has a weekly food distribution program which provides a box of nutritious food to low income residents in zip code 48204. Additionally Ms. Teagarden is a dedicated and committed servant of the community. She served as an educator at Mackenzie High School (Wyoming and Chicago) from 1976 until its closing in 2007. Ms. Teagarden retired in 2010 after 38 years of service to Detroit Public Schools.