Wilmington Hope House: A Safe Place for Women received a LeBlond Foundation of Makino grant in the amount of $5,000. “The amount of the grant we applied for was $3,000 but they awarded us $5,000. We plan on using the funds for house repairs, insurance and property taxes,” said Hope House Executive Director Tammy Beery. Hope House is a drop-in emergency shelter that does not require identification, references, or sobriety in order for a woman who is in need to receive a bed. A lot of the women who walk through its doorway are struggling with an active addiction or fleeing domestic violence. Hope House volunteer hostesses do not try to solve the problems of drug addiction or domestic violence. Rather, the point is to provide a safe, stable, clean overnight shelter, Beery said. Hope House opened in October 2014. From left in the photo are Makino employee Ila Bradley and Tammy Beery.

Wilmington Hope House: A Safe Place for Women received a LeBlond Foundation of Makino grant in the amount of $5,000. “The amount of the grant we applied for was $3,000 but they awarded us $5,000. We plan on using the funds for house repairs, insurance and property taxes,” said Hope House Executive Director Tammy Beery. Hope House is a drop-in emergency shelter that does not require identification, references, or sobriety in order for a woman who is in need to receive a bed. A lot of the women who walk through its doorway are struggling with an active addiction or fleeing domestic violence. Hope House volunteer hostesses do not try to solve the problems of drug addiction or domestic violence. Rather, the point is to provide a safe, stable, clean overnight shelter, Beery said. Hope House opened in October 2014. From left in the photo are Makino employee Ila Bradley and Tammy Beery.


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Wilmington Hope House: A Safe Place for Women received a LeBlond Foundation of Makino grant in the amount of $5,000. “The amount of the grant we applied for was $3,000 but they awarded us $5,000. We plan on using the funds for house repairs, insurance and property taxes,” said Hope House Executive Director Tammy Beery. Hope House is a drop-in emergency shelter that does not require identification, references, or sobriety in order for a woman who is in need to receive a bed. A lot of the women who walk through its doorway are struggling with an active addiction or fleeing domestic violence. Hope House volunteer hostesses do not try to solve the problems of drug addiction or domestic violence. Rather, the point is to provide a safe, stable, clean overnight shelter, Beery said. Hope House opened in October 2014. From left in the photo are Makino employee Ila Bradley and Tammy Beery.

Wilmington Hope House: A Safe Place for Women received a LeBlond Foundation of Makino grant in the amount of $5,000. “The amount of the grant we applied for was $3,000 but they awarded us $5,000. We plan on using the funds for house repairs, insurance and property taxes,” said Hope House Executive Director Tammy Beery. Hope House is a drop-in emergency shelter that does not require identification, references, or sobriety in order for a woman who is in need to receive a bed. A lot of the women who walk through its doorway are struggling with an active addiction or fleeing domestic violence. Hope House volunteer hostesses do not try to solve the problems of drug addiction or domestic violence. Rather, the point is to provide a safe, stable, clean overnight shelter, Beery said. Hope House opened in October 2014. From left in the photo are Makino employee Ila Bradley and Tammy Beery.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/05/web1_hope_p-1.jpgWilmington Hope House: A Safe Place for Women received a LeBlond Foundation of Makino grant in the amount of $5,000. “The amount of the grant we applied for was $3,000 but they awarded us $5,000. We plan on using the funds for house repairs, insurance and property taxes,” said Hope House Executive Director Tammy Beery. Hope House is a drop-in emergency shelter that does not require identification, references, or sobriety in order for a woman who is in need to receive a bed. A lot of the women who walk through its doorway are struggling with an active addiction or fleeing domestic violence. Hope House volunteer hostesses do not try to solve the problems of drug addiction or domestic violence. Rather, the point is to provide a safe, stable, clean overnight shelter, Beery said. Hope House opened in October 2014. From left in the photo are Makino employee Ila Bradley and Tammy Beery. Courtesy photo