Corporate and Organizational Giving

countrysideWhether your company or organization has $1,000 or $100,000 charitable dollars set aside, House of Faith Ministry, Inc. has an opportunity for you to become a community partner. We can tailor a giving program to your company's budget and philanthropic needs.

House of Faith Ministry, Inc.
P.O. Box 1326
Wappingers Falls, New York 12590

Thank you for becoming a partner with us to deliver life, hope and healing love to those who so desperately need it.

Partners of House of Faith Ministry, Inc. provide funding in support of the organization's mission:

To sustain the mission of House of Hope

To provide financial support for all the organization's programs

To build a base of Friends throughout the Hudson Valley who have pledged to help end domestic violence in our community.

Examples of what your contribution can do:

$15 enables a volunteer to transport a woman to court for a custody hearing; 

$44 feeds the women and children in our shelters for a day (supplemented by all the food donations we can get);

$200 supports for a week the work of our life skills counselors, who provides pre-employment training and prepares clients to support themselves and their children

House of Faith Ministry, Inc. makes the most of every donation. Every cash contribution means an additional enhancement to the services we are able to provide for our families.

Tool Kit to end domestic violence

The Violence Against Women Office, Office of Justice Programs, is pleased to announce the release of the Web-based Toolkit to End Violence Against Women, a product of the National Advisory Council on Violence Against Women.  You can find the Toolkit on the Internet at


The American Medical Association reports that family violence costs the nation from $5 to $10 billion annually in medical expenses, police and court costs, shelter and foster care, sick leave and absenteeism.

Our Mission: To eliminate sexual assault and domestic violence through sensitive prevention, intervention, and treatment.

Domestic violence is one of the most serious public health and criminal justice issues facing women today. The risks associated with domestic violence affect not only the intended victim, but her children, her friends and family, responding police, concerned bystanders - anyone who gets in the way.

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