EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE TO IMMIGRANT FAMILIES DUE TO COVID-19
A number of our local organizations serving the immigrant and refugee communities (including Doors to Hope) have identified families and individuals who are not eligible for government support such as stimulus checks and unemployment benefits, and who cannot find relief through other established efforts.
You can help us provide support to these families and individuals. CLICK HERE to learn more and to make a secure donation.
Classes are suspended but we are available to our families
To ensure the safety of our staff and students, Doors to Hope building is not open for in-person classes. But tutoring (K-12), ESL classes and Computer Literacy program is available online. Contact Gabby at firstname.lastname@example.org or via WhatsApp for help or Sophie via WhatsApp.
Most importantly, reach out to us for information about resources to contact for assistance with food, rent, utilities, etc.
The community’s continued financial support is needed now more than ever. During this crisis, we continue to have expenses to meet to continue to provide the tools students need to empower themselves to access resources, participate fully in the community and to break the cycle of violence and poverty.
To learn more about what we’ve been doing since March 2020, check out our most recent newsletter, Fall News 2020 featuring Reflections: The Impact of Covid19.
Stay home and stay safe.
Doors to Hope opens learning opportunities, encourages community involvement and engages in advocacy for immigrant women and families.
GIVING TUESDAY IS COMING
DECEMBER 1, 2020
PLAN TO JOIN US!
English as a Second Language Monday through Thursday
Monday through Thursday
After School Tutoring
Monday through Thursday
Available for study, resume, school work, etc. Monday through Thursday
Computer Literacy Program
Creating a Vibrant Learning Community
We are a 501c3 tax-exempt organization through the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and your online donations are deductible for tax purposes. Now accepting Paypal!
Project: EMPOWER offers a unique monthly opportunity for YOU to become a vital part of our vibrant learning community while supporting students of Doors to Hope all year long.
Meet the staff
Sr. Brenda Gonzales
Sr. Brenda Gonzales, SCN is originally from Alexandria, Virginia. She earned her Bachelors degree in Health & Physical Education from Radford (College) University and Masters in Religious Education from LaSalle University.
She spent 30 years teaching K-college, worked in Campus Ministry in Diocese of Brownsville, TX, Loyola University Chicago and Spalding University and for five years, ministered in Belize, Central America;
She most recently completed ten years of leadership for the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.
Email Sr. Brenda
Bernadette “Bernie” Mudd-White has over 30 years experience in Marketing with several of those years working with non-profits and donor management. Bernie comes to Doors to Hope with a desire to provide the educational opportunities that can lead individuals to reach their full potential and be the change they want in this world.
Gabby studied at the University of Louisville where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Master of Arts in Spanish. Throughout her time at UofL, she was able to study abroad in both Costa Rica and Brazil, improving her Spanish language skills and knowledge of Latin American cultures. She is passionate about the power of education and helping our Latinx community.
Some of our volunteers
Margaret Ball • Sr. Barbara Bir, OSU • Cecile Chandler • Thomas Fogarty • Felix Garza, SCNA • Joan Hans • Sr. Carol Kaucic, SCN • Br. John Shaughnessy • Carole Sutton • David Vetter