“Our recidivism rate is 5 percent. That’s an amazing number when you consider that they’re dealing with some of the worst of the worst offenders – people with drug habits and mental health issues.”
Former Jacksonville Sheriff John Rutherford
President Barack Obama talks about his plan for faith based community programs, including Ready4Work, in Zanesville, OH on July 1, 2008.
Operating as a non-profit organization, Operation New Hope relies on grants, fundraising and donations to support its programs and provide assistance for those in need. Donations help Operation New Hope achieve all aspects of its mission to rebuild lives, restore communities and renew hope.
Click here to download, “Impact of Your Gift” for examples of how your financial contribution could be used.
To make a financial contribution, please click donate below (You will be taken to our secure PayPal donation page):
Operation New Hope also welcomes the following in-kind donations:
- New, unused toiletries
- Small home furnishings; small appliances
- New shoes (men’s and women’s all sizes)
- Winter coats accepted year round (men’s and women’s all sizes)
- New or gently used business attire (suits, blazers, ties) or separates (slacks, blouses)(men’s and women’s all sizes)
- New or gently used business professional accessories (men’s ties, women’s handbags, etc
Matching Gifts: Many employers have a matching gift program for their employees to support their favorite charity. Please check with your employer to see if a corporate giving program exists.
What’s your Legacy? Include Operation New Hope in your estate plans to receive significant tax savings and make a lasting contribution to your community.
By making a legacy gift to Operation New Hope, you are ensuring our future while also leaving a lasting legacy. You may choose to support the ONH’s general operating endowment, or a more specified program. All planned gifts will assist in continuing our mission of HOPE.
For more information about how your legacy can be one of HOPE, please contact your attorneys, accountants or financial planners to learn more about your planned giving options and how these options will work in your specific financial situation. These professionals may also project how each option would affect your taxes, savings and legacy planning.