Hope. Joy. Home.
Provides hands-on cooking classes and holiday celebrations in homeless and transitional living shelters where children experience the joy of family meals, the nurturing power of creating healthy dishes, and the stability of developing traditions centered around food. Homemade Hope is dedicated to enriching young lives with the ingredient of hope.
Presbyterian School Drive
HH Classes In Spring Break
MLK Day Celebrations Begin
HH Spring Semester Begins
Founder & Director
HOW WE'RE RESPONDING TO COVID-19
To ensure the safety of our staff, volunteers, and those we serve, Homemade Hope has made the difficult decision to suspend in-person classes due to COVID-19. During this closure, we will be operating remotely and continuing to serve at-risk children and their families by delivering fresh food, household goods and toiletries. These deliveries are being made in accordance with CDC guidelines. We are also sending cooking and inspirational videos to our clients to help them get through these difficult times. Please consider supporting Homemade Hope as we work to support families whose health is at high risk.
By donating $25, we help provide fresh food, household goods and toiletries for 1 child per week.
By donating $50, we help provide fresh food, household goods and toiletries for 1 of our Homemade Hope families per week.
MEDIA & SUCCESS
Presbyterian School hosts a schoolwide service drive to collect items for Homemade Hope. Each grade level and Middle School Squad was asked to bring one specific item for this drive.
Texas Cultural Trust and Texas Women for the Arts award grant to Homemade Hope's arts programming.
HH honored at Texas Restaurant Association's Houston Chamber Golden Fork Annual Gala
Double Tree by Hilton Hotel & Suites Houston by the Galleria and Kroger sponsors HH Christmas celebrations.
HH partners with Rockets Coaching Staff to provide Thanksgiving to HH children and their families.