A Life Transformed: Stories of Hope
Erik, a father living at Sunset Heights in Alta Loma, California, used his scholarship from Hope through Housing to attend trucking school and renew his Class A trucking license.
When Cynthia, a single mother of one with twins on the way, moved into the affordable housing community of Villaggio on Route 66, she knew that her new two-bedroom apartment would not be her family’s forever home.
For most of his life, Brian lived a nomadic lifestyle, as his family moved from place to place, in search of affordable housing.
Joey, a sixth-grader from Villaggio on Route 66 in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., has big dreams for his future. Through Hope through Housing’s Building Bright Futures initiative, Joey attends the after-school program where he lives and receives encouragement, mentoring...
Zack Collie lost his independence at age 15, the victim of a diving accident that left him paralyzed and reliant on others to perform such simple tasks as brushing his teeth. Now 22 and in college, with a career he is building toward, he is getting some of that...
Valerie Aguilar is an honor student, a member of her high school scholarship club, Bible club and marine biology club, and will attend the University of California-Santa Barbara next fall in her quest to become an environmental engineer.
When Sarah Jones lost her job and any chance at child support in one of the most expensive housing markets in the United States, the mother of four had a difficult decision to make: remove her kids from the community and schools they’d grown up in, or spend hours a day in traffic commuting back and forth.