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Make a Difference During Nevada’s Big Give on March 21

“One of the most critical foundations of health is stable, safe and affordable housing.”
– Dr. Vogel, Chief Medical Officer at HOPES

Join Northern Nevada HOPES for Nevada’s Big Give on March 21! Go to HOPES’ Big Give page right now to make a donation.

Hope Springs fills a critical gap in the housing continuum, improving lives by providing emergency bridge housing and high-quality support services to our unsheltered neighbors.

The community contains 30 individual units, on-site case management, and linkage to health care and supportive services.

With your help, we can meet our goal to raise $6000, enough to build one individual shelter for a person experiencing homelessness, by donating now! Together, we can create a resource in our city that uplifts our fellow Renoites and demonstrates to the world that Reno is a place of caring, compassion, and community.

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