There are many different ways to
donate to Hope House!

Your investment makes a tangible impact! 


Give Online:
To make an online donation, please visit our Donate Now page and fill out the provided donation form.

 Send a Check:

Checks can be mailed to:
Hope House Colorado
6475 Benton St. BLDG A
Arvada, CO 80003 


Give Monthly:
Your monthly donation provides consistent support all year long. Become a Bedrock Builder and start giving monthly now!

Workplace Giving:
Ask your human resources office if your company has a matching gift program.

United Way Designation Hope House Agency code is 50398. Call United Way at (303) 433-8383.

Planned Giving:
Include Hope House in your will, or explore other options for planned giving.

Memorial Giving:
Make a financial donation in honor/memory of a loved one. Their family will be notified and their name will be engraved on the Memory Plaque at Hope House.

King Soopers Rewards:
Support Hope House every time you shop at King Soopers!

Amazon Smile:
Support Hope House every time you shop on Amazon!

For more information about any of our monetary giving options, please contact Lisa Schlarbaum, Director of Development at (303) 429-1012, ext. 241
or [email protected]. Please click here to review Hope House’s Gift Acceptance Policy.


In-Kind Drop-off Hours:
We happily accept donation Mondays – Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Please deliver your items to our Resource Center located at:
6475 Benton Street BLDG A
Arvada, CO 80003

Please, no furniture items. Our space is limited and we are unable to accept furniture items. However, Hope House has established a partnership with Gone For Good , where our teen moms get to shop for FREE for furniture!  To donate your furniture to Gone for Good, call (303) 736-2387. Please note that Gone for Good does charge pick-up and drop-off fees

Program Needs

Stock Hope Boutique

Supply Drive

Under $20 Club

Items that we are currently UNABLE to accept include:

·       No furniture
·       No stuffed animals or old toys

·       No used underwear, bras, swimsuits or socks
·       No used car seats (our insurance does not permit us to use them)
·       No used potty chairs or baby bath tubs
·       No soiled or stained clothing
·       No mens clothing
·       No shoes with holes
·       Sports gear

·       No used medical equipment, including breast pumps
·       No used baby bottles or “sippy” cups
·       No used sheets, blankets or pillows
·       No cribs or mattresses

·       No used underwear, bras, swimsuits or socks
·       No electrical equipment including TVs
·       No non flat screen T.V.s (must be new technology compatible)
·       No VHS movies
·       No broken items
·       No expired food


How It Works:

  • Complete a Vehicle Donation form, which will go to Good Neighbor Garage, a nonprofit that partners with Hope House.
  • If your car is in good working condition, it will go directly a mom, helping her overcome one of the largest barriers to self-sufficiency. If the mileage or repairs are cost prohibitive, your car will be sold and the funds will be used on repairs of cars belonging to moms.
  • You will receive the normal IRS deduction AND a Colorado state tax credit equal to 12.5% the value of your donated vehicle.
  • You help a mom stay on the road to self-sufficiency!

*Your receipt and tax information will come from Good Neighbor Garage.


Organizing or participating in a special event can be a fun way for groups or individuals to raise money for Hope House! Run a race, host a wine party… the options are unlimited! To learn more, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Theresa Mazza at [email protected]

Annual Hope House 5K & Fun Run

In The Zone Annual Poker Run

Leadville 100 Mountain Bike Race

In a team effort, our 5K and Fun Run participants and supporters were able to raise $11,475.25 in 2017 through peer to peer fundraising!

Diana Rowe has partnered with In The Zone to organize an annual Poker Run to benefit our cause. Total, they have raised over $20,000!

In 2017, Todd Borth raised $4,925.00 for Hope House, by completing all 100 miles of the Leadville 100 bike race!


Can you provide a professional service that a teen mom would otherwise have to pay for? From orthodontists to photographers, mechanics to hair stylists, professionals are donating their services and making a real difference! You may also be able to get a tax deduction.


At Hope House, we rely on our volunteers to provide their talents, skills and time to partner with Hope House in creating a safe, welcoming learning environment for our teen moms and their children. 

If you’re interested in becoming a volunteer, please visit our Volunteer page to fill out a volunteer application or contact Volunteer Coordinator,
Theresa Mazza at [email protected] 


Through event sponsorships that provide great exposure, corporations and other organizations help support our free self-sufficiency programs for teen moms.