Giving Tuesday 2022

Get Involved with Restore Hope This Giving Tuesday


Join us on November 29, 2022 as we celebrate Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving back and building community. Keep scrolling to learn how you can use your finances, skills, time, and/or voice to make a difference in the lives of women experiencing homelessness!

Restore Hope Outreach

We believe in the power of relationships

We believe in the power of relationships to bring hope to those who are experiencing homelessness. Relationship building is the foundation of the trust necessary to dig past the surface and help confront the root issues of women’s situations. It is only as these roots are exposed and dealt with that lasting positive change can occur.

This Giving Tuesday, you can help us lay the foundation of relationships that will lead to life transformation. Your support allows us to provide women with basic necessities while building a relationship over a cup of coffee or a hot meal and helps build for the future as we prepare to offer more opportunities for women to find safety, love, and hope.

Check out our Giving Tuesday Campaign where you can partner with us financially or start your own fundraiser to help support our work!

Relationship building

Giving is about more than just finances

Your time, skills, and voice are all powerful tools you can use to serve those who so desperately need our support. This Giving Tuesday, consider how you can make a difference in your community by volunteering or lending your voice to the fight against homelessness.

At Restore Hope, we depend on volunteers to help us carry out our mission. We have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for every age and skill set, including many you can do from home.

In addition to directly serving women experiencing homelessness, volunteers can help with things such as building our resource database, editing documents, following up with donors and volunteers, researching various topics and issues, and more. 

To learn more about volunteering with Restore Hope and to let us know of your interest, check out our volunteer page.

Restore Hope Volunteers

You can also give by lending your voice to the fight against homelessness.

The solution to homelessness starts with the recognition that there is a problem. There are hundreds of thousands of individuals experiencing homelessness. New York City and Washington, DC are two of the hardest-hit areas in this crisis. Women experiencing homelessness are particularly vulnerable to sexual abuse and other attacks. 

You can help get the word out about this crisis. Get the facts, check out the work our partners are doing, and follow Restore Hope on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for important updates and social media posts to share with your friends and family.