Guests work to receive services alongside volunteers to create locally grown chemical-free produce: vegetables, fruit, herbs and honey, all onsite.
We can shelter up to 30 people in our transitional housing, specifically helping them to provide eventual housing for themselves.
We want to end generational homelessness, educating both the children of our guests and families below poverty in the community.
We believe in a hand up, not a hand out. Our guests can work and earn food and some of our services.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Are you a shelter?
- Are you a soup kitchen?
- How can I volunteer?
- How can I donate?
- Are you government funded?
- What does star fruit taste like?
- Why is Matthew’s Hope’s preschool strategic in the fight against homelessness?
- Isn’t every homeless person just a drunk in the woods?
- What should/can I do when I see a homeless person or a panhandler?
- What is the solution to homelessness?
- What’s the difference between a handout and a hand up?