Thank you to all of our supporters and volunteers for your offerings of hope.

Turn your free time
into hope.

Our ministry could not run without the help and support of our invaluable volunteers. If you love children, perhaps you would consider helping our women by offering childcare. Or maybe you have a gift for education and could change someone’s life by helping them to earn a GED. These are just two of many opportunities available to volunteers. If you feel led to volunteer with our ministry, complete the online Volunteer Application and start offering hope to someone in need today.

You’ll Get A Receipt.
They’ll Get So Much More.

When you offer hope by offering a donation, you will be supporting one of the top 10 non-profit agencies that use the largest percentage of their spending to serve others. In fact, 83.6% of House of Hope's expenditures go directly to those we serve. So when you give to our ministry you’ll get a return on your investment that won’t show up on your receipt. You’ll be directly responsible for feeding, housing, and retraining people so they can become positive forces in society.


How much of what we spend goes directly to those we serve.

Loving Every Neighbor
As Ourselves.

Our purpose is to serve and glorify God through a Christ-centered outreach of love and compassion that responds to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of homeless men, women and their children without regard to their race, color, or social standing.

We hope you’ll join us in our mission to see lives change, over time, right before our eyes! We seek this tangible transformation through structured programs that focus on spiritual growth, education, employment, life management, and recovery from substance abuse.

We Want To Be The Light
At The End Of The Tunnel.

We believe that we have been sent to the homeless of the Pee Dee to offer food, housing and clothing, to lead them to faith in Christ, and to help them become contributing members of the body of Christ and of society.

Caring More
For Those Who Have Less.

In the years since, the House of Hope ministry has grown from two people to four to 24. Today we still have the same heart “for the least of these” that Bill and Jean Fryar did 25 years ago when they first established their ministry for the homeless in Florence, South Carolina.

Investing everything in those who have nothing.

In 1988, Jean and Bill Fryar witnessed as many as 20 homeless people being turned away from a shelter here in Florence and were deeply troubled by the fact that there was no safe haven for them. This turned out to be a moment that would forever change both of their lives. After much prayer, Bill and Jean sold their home in Winston-Salem and moved to Florence, leaving behind friends, family, and the life they had known. Thanks to their faithfulness, a mission was ignited that would open its doors to the open-handed homeless of the Pee Dee.
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If a brother or sister is poorly clothed and lacking daily food, and one of you says to them, “Go in peace, be warmed and filled,” without giving them the things needed for the body, what good is that? James 2:15-16
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