Hope House began in 1995 when a group of volunteers from the Junior League of Memphis set out to address a need for those affected by HIV and poverty in our community. There are currently over 7,000 people living with HIV in the Memphis area and those living in impoverished communities are most affected by this horrible disease. Without resources like transportation, affordable, quality child care and nutritious food it is difficult to live a long and healthy life with HIV. Hope House’s mission is to improve the quality of life for those affected by HIV by providing quality early childhood education and social services that will help our clients move out of poverty, toward a more stable life that will allow them to focus on their health and reaching viral suppression.
Eligible for funding in December 2019