John E. White House of Hope
Program Gives Men Opportunity to Rebuild Their Lives
This past year, a generous donor named Joyce gave the Mission a $100,000 gift for the purpose of helping men rebuild their lives. The gift was given in honor of her son, John E. White, who died a premature death by electrocution.
The beautiful 4-bedroom house will house 10 men. Each of the formerly homeless men in the program must be drug free and will be tested weekly. The Mission will provide each client food, shelter, clothing, showers, case management, spiritual guidance, transportation, job training, life-skill training, and all other resources to help each individual regain his dignity, purpose and HOPE!
When asked why she would give such a generous gift to the Mission, Joyce responded, “I have seen first-hand how important it is for children to have dad around. Anything I can do to help men restore their lives so they can be the fathers they need to be for their children is money well invested.”