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CREATING A VIBRANT LEARNING COMMUNITY

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5 YEARS OF ADVOCATING HISPANIC WOMEN AND FAMILIES

Mission Statement

Doors to Hope opens learning opportunities, encourages community involvement, and engages in advocacy for women and immigrant families.

 

ESL Classes

English as a Second Language
Monday through Friday

GED Mentoring

Monday through Friday

After School Tutoring

Monday through Thursday

Computer Access

Available for study, resume, school work, etc.
Monday through Friday

Women’s Group

Every other Friday from 10:30-12:30

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!

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Now hiring Fall 2017 and Spring 2018

Children’s Program Intern

The Children’s Program Intern will coordinate day-to-day operations of the children’s program and develop innovative educational activities and curriculum for children between ages 3 – 16. The Intern will work closely with the Program Coordinator and Director in planning, developing, and implementing classroom activities for children of varying ages to fill the educational gaps observed among the children of Spanish-speaking families.

For more information, email Peyton.

Five Year Reunion

How honored we were to have our 5 year reunion take place on October 22, at the Spalding University Egan Center from 2-4 pm! We were joined by our dearest students, advisers, volunteers, and friends. We began with a presentation by our founder, Sister Rebecca Miles,...

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Meet the staff

Lorena Miller

Director
Lorena has a MA in Media Education and a wide background working with international immigration, women,  education, journalism and photography. Email Lorena

Peyton Hobson

Program Coordinator

Peyton is a Louisville native and graduated with a BA from Western Kentucky University in advertising design and photojournalism. Well versed in advertising, she also has much experience teaching English as a second language. She spent 16 months in Spain teaching English to all ages. She has also spent much time volunteering and teaching ESL around Louisville. Email Peyton.

Liana Ibershoff

Program Services Assistant
Liana is from Kentucky and has spent the last eight years traveling and volunteering with women and children, especially in the Hispanic/Latino community. She is studying Social Change and Spanish at the University of Louisville. Email Liana

Some of our volunteers

Sister Betty MacDougall, SCN

Sister Carol Kaucic, SCN

Sister Kitty Wilson, SCN

Sister Rose Mary Maguire, SCN

Sister Ruth Ann Humphrey, SCN

Deborah Amerman

Tammy Raven

Art Parola

Denise Ruffra

Carole Sutton

Sister Eva Marie Kowalski, SCN

Sister Betty Vannucci, SCN

Sister Brendan Conlon, OSU

Sister Barbara Bir, OSU

Sister Julienne Guy, OSU

David Vetter

John Norton

Gerald Linton

Karen Udoh

Jacob Markert

Barbara Peggs

Jennifer Peggs

John Riley

Bill Moss

David Hulefeld

Cecile Chandler

Lindsey Gilbert

Geraldine Heath

Taylor Bryant

Collaborators

The Goal

The goal of Doors to Hope is to provide education to the people of the south central area of Louisville. This center is a congregational ministry of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth and works in collaboration with Holy Name Catholic Parish.

Contact

Doors To Hope
2914 S. Third Street
Louisville KY 40208

(502) 384-4673

Email: info@doorstohope.com

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