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Project Backing

Support from the mayor, chief of police and other public officials

In 2015, the Harrison City Mayor, Mr. Dan Sherrell, wrote a letter endorsing his support of Hope Cottages.

Hope Cottages was also endorsed by Harrison Police Chief Mr. Paul Woodruff as well as by Mr. Steve Womack, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Arkansas's 3rd district.

Grant

The City of Harrison was awarded a Community Development Block Grant of $86,000 to Hope Cottages for the proposed building renovations.

Sponsors

Five local churches, and three local businesses have committed to sponsoring the eight Hope Cottages once the remodelling has been completed.

Committee

A Steering Committee of nine individuals meets weekly to oversee the ongoing project. This includes weekly updates on guests, working with the sponsors of the cottages, as well as the remodelling of the buildings.

House of Hope

The Hope Cottages are a project of the Harrison House of Hope, a non profit 501c3 organization which has been operational beginning  July 2012 and has actively served the needs of the homeless and jobless population in Boone County, Arkansas. 

-  "Dear Children, let's not merely say that we love each other, let us show the truth by our actions." 1 John 3:18  -

Hope Cottages is a project of Harrison House of Hope, a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization
PO Box 1645, Harrison AR, 72602