The Hope Foundation of Binghamton promotes lasting change for our communities and those experiencing hardship by enriching and equipping individuals and families in crisis and then empowering them to give back to others in need.
Our Board of Directors
John Gartman, MD
The Hope Foundation of Binghamton has three arms of outreach. Each arm is directed at a different group in our community. We serve women struggling with addiction or confronting an unplanned pregnancy. The Men's Home provides services to men with addiction and destroyed lives. For the Children cares for children in the foster care system by offering an unforgettable summer camp experience.
Men experience freedom from addiction through a life changing relationship with Jesus.
The Women's Hope Home provides an environment and guidance for radical life change available to women suffering from addiction or facing an unplanned pregnancy.
We have an exciting new project to tell you about that will help women in our community. There are many women struggling with addiction or an unplanned pregnancy. We are building a new rehab and recovery home to help them rebuild their lives. Learn more by clicking on the video. Thank you for you interest.
The Project: Open the Women’s Hope Home
We have already begun the renovations of this 7,500 square foot facility that will open this summer as the Woman’s Hope Home. This home is a faith-based, residential rehab and recovery center for women who are struggling with alcohol or drug addiction or an unplanned pregnancy.
The cost of the renovations is $250,000. As you can see, we have a lot of work to do! When complete, this Home will provide up to 14 women a safe and secure home to help them transform their lives. Our goal is to have this facility up and running by July 1, 2021.
There are 3 ways you can help. You can donate your time, talent, or treasure.
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To date we have raised $85,000 of our $250,000 goal.
Should you need assistance, please phone us at (607) 341-7264.