Project Hope for the Homeless has been serving men, women and children experiencing homelessness since 1993, and has seen amazing stories of hope and transformation, along with growing and developing as a community partner and leader, working with other agencies to provide the best care possible to shelter guests and other neighbors in need.

From starting as a 16-cot, winter-only shelter, to now having 35 beds and being open year-round, Project Hope staff members and volunteers have learned much along the way.
Through a trained, professional speakers bureau and Firebrands 11, a group of former shelter guests, Project Hope representatives are educated and prepared to share with your church or group more information about the only emergency homeless shelter in Lake County.

Topics can range from the shelter’s history and growth, to current statistics and information, to getting youth involved. From the youngest children to the children at-heart, Project Hope speakers can provide you with educational and interactive presentations that will open your eyes to the situation facing many neighbors.

To book a speaker, call (440) 354-6417 x105, or email