We need a certain amount of funding each year to cover expenses like the director's salary (part-time but still a cost!), supplies, phone, utilities, etc to keep the shelter in operation.   

At the Hope House which provides transitional housing as men move out of the shelter as well as offering resources for personal development, we have ongoing bills for utilities and building upkeep.  

All contributions are tax deductible.    

You may send a check to:
        Community Partners of Hope,Inc, P.O. Box 1791, Henderson, NC 27536

We will also gladly receive gifts of supplies -- see the list below:

Donations can be taken to 
            First Baptist Church (9-5 Monday thru Thursday or 9-12 Friday)
            First Presbyterian Church (10-1 Monday thru Thursday)
            WIZS Radio Station
            or call Betty Boyd (252)432-3967 to arrange delivery



Large bottles of Hand Sanitizer

Large refill bottles of Hand Soap
Cans of Foot Powder or Athletes  Foot Spray

Tall Kitchen Trash Bags (13 Gallon Size)

Men's Undergarments (Size Large and Extra Large)

Waterproof Men's Gloves

Men's Sweat Shirts (Sizes Extra Large and Up)

Men's Thermal Sets (Sizes Extra Large and Up)

Laundry Detergent

7 ounce Adjustable Air Fresheners

Instant Grits

Cup of Noodles (With Cup)

Four Pound Bags of Sugar

NOT NEEDED:   (Thanks for generosity!)

Soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrushes, coffee, instant oatmeal, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, dress socks,  peanut butter.   

NOTE:  Please do not drop off donations at the shelter unless you have 
        made arrangements to do so as our space is limited and we store many items offsite.

If you have donations of blankets, coats, clothing, etc, please contact 
            Betty Boyd (252)432-3967 BEFORE taking items to the church.   
            Again, space is limited and we sometimes send these items to the local
            thrift stores who give us vouchers for the men to get the right items and 
            sizes when needed.
Thanks to WIZS radio station 1450 AM for being a donation drop off point!