09May

Volunteer Opportunities

It Starts with ONE Question… How can I help? Many people want to volunteer their time and make a difference in the community but simply come up with excuses of why they can’t.  Although they all may seem like valid reasons not to volunteer, there are a thousand more reasons […]

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04Apr

Hopping Into Easter

It’s time to break out those pastel dresses, tea hats and bow ties because Easter is here! This year is the perfect time to start a new family tradition, and we have some creative ideas for you to consider. Dear Easter Bunny On Easter Eve have your kids write a […]

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20Mar

Playgrounds of Hope

On February 17, 2017, we held a special ribbon cutting ceremony and dedication where over 50 guests gathered to commemorate the newest addition to the Paxson Campus. The brightly colored Place of Hope blue and orange playground, appropriately named Playgrounds of Hope was built “To the glory of God and […]

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07Mar

Stephen Christopher Designs

At Place of Hope, we are always looking for new ways to add value to the lives of our youth. Whether they are playing sports, studying, taking dance lessons or fishing, we understand the importance of enriching kids’ lives. Stephen Heiman understands this too. He recently volunteered at Place of […]

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21Feb

Our Services

Place of Hope offers comprehensive services designed to end the cycle of abuse and neglect. Our aim is to provide programs that assist our children and youth in finding healing and restoration, which leads to successful adulthood. Family-Style Foster Care We provide loving homes to children who have suffered unimaginable […]

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18Jan

A Story of Hope – Josh

Josh would describe himself as talkative, curious about the world around him, and an avid sports fan. His future is bright and promising but it hasn’t always been that way.   Josh grew up in an extremely abusive home. His younger sisters received the brunt of the abuse and confided […]

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11Jan

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Did you know that human trafficking isn’t just overseas? It’s right here in our backyard. Florida ranks third in the nation for reported cases of human trafficking. HUMAN TRAFFICKING IS A FORM OF MODERN DAY SLAVERY Through human trafficking, people profit from the control and exploitation of others. Children are […]

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27Dec

Homeless to Hopefilled

Did you know that there is a large population of homeless youth in the United States? According to the National Network for Youth, “there are 1.68 million homeless youth in the U.S. each year.” That is a huge number! You may be thinking, “How did they become homeless at such […]

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13Dec

Place of Hope Treasure Coast

We often talk about the need for quality foster care in Palm Beach County however there is also a great need in some of the northern counties as well. In January of 2015, Place of Hope launched our Homes of Hope program on the Treasure Coast. This program recruits, trains, […]

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