House of Hope would like to acknowledge the contribution that Cummings Foundation has made to House of Hope and the Lowell community in 2017. Cummings Foundation, through the “$100K for 100” program, is providing funding to complete the exterior rehabilitation project to bring the Fletcher Shelter on-line in order to serve 30 additional homeless families in Lowell, MA. This support is enabling House of Hope to re-purpose a building that, since 1863 has served the poor.
“Nonprofit organizations like House of Hope are vital to the local communities where our colleagues and clients live and work,” said Joel Swets, Cummings Foundation’s Executive Director. “We are delighted to invest in their efforts.” Specifically, the Cummings grant is funding Phase 2 of the Fletcher project; Phase 2 focuses on accessibility, quality, functionality and the exterior appearance of the Fletcher Shelter. A Cummings Foundation partnership means that House of Hope is able to launch and maintain the Fletcher shelter as one of our high-quality, well-cared for facilities because our commitment to excellence affects residents, neighbors, staff and our ability to meet our mission and achieve the best results for our families.
House of Hope and House of Hope Housing are thankful to acknowledge the long-standing partnerships that enable us to serve our clients everyday.