Doors to Hope opens learning opportunities, encourages community involvement and engages in advocacy for immigrant women and families.
English as a Second Language Monday through Friday
Monday through Friday
After School Tutoring
Monday through Thursday
Available for study, resume, school work, etc. Monday through Friday
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!
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
Lorena has a MA in Media Education and a wide background working with international immigration, women, education, journalism and photography.
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.
Program Services Assistant
Anna studied Spanish Linguistics at Ball State University, where she was involved in the Spanish and International Conversation clubs. During this time, she also had opportunities to travel to Haiti and El Salvador through service learning projects, where she became familiar with Latin American culture. Anna recently returned from a year abroad teaching English in Zaragoza, Spain. Her experiences have encouraged her to discover how she can impact the lives of immigrants here in Louisville through the vibrant learning community at Doors to Hope.
Some of our volunteers
Sister Carol Kaucic, SCN Sister Ruth Ann Humphrey, SCN Carole Sutton Jack Cox