Our aid services ( aka. Passport to Hope) were initiated to build relationships with the families we serve. We know the more we build trust, the more likely the family is to continue seek to improve their lives through language development and financial management. They will come to us first when trouble arises, so we can gently provide direction.
Poverty continues to be a growing problem in our community. With a volatile economy and limited resources, children are often the ones who suffer the most.
We know that by investing in children, we invest in our future. That is why we work to provide each family healthy food, warm clothing and mentoring when needed to help them achieve success.
Donors to our aid programs have a direct impact on families right here in our own community. House of Mercy is a 501 (c) nonprofit organization, FEIN: 20-4572642