YOU AND YOUR COMPANY CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

He who oppresses the poor shows contempt for their Maker, but whoever is kind to the needy honors God.
—Proverbs 14:31

If you are a business owner looking for a way to make a difference in your community, we encourage you to consider Hope Ranch for Women.

As a business leader, you know that the key to any new venture is startup capital. To secure our ability to meet the needs of women who are most vulnerable to human traffickers, we are seeking businesses that believe in our mission and want to make a difference in individual lives.

Expertise

As an entrepreneur and leader, you can lead your company to help fight the crisis. You might offer job-skills training, educational opportunities or employment for survivors. These kinds of initiatives help reduce the likelihood of further exploitation caused by the risk and vulnerability associated with poverty.

Work Projects

Develop a work project at your place of business that offers employees the opportunity to volunteer their time at Hope Ranch.

Matching Donations

Set up a program where you match your employees’ monetary donations to Hope Ranch and increase their individual impact.

Fundraising

We’d welcome the chance to talk with you about developing a grant program or fundraiser for Hope Ranch.

Hero’s Project

“Hero’s Project” is one outstanding example of a company in our community generously donating time and resources to our cause here at Hope Ranch.

It is with heartfelt thanks and overwhelming gratitude that we recognize Lowe’s stores of Greater Wichita and High Reach Equipment for over 700 volunteer hours toward the development and beautification of our ranch.

The team, shown above, replaced storm doors, a kitchen sink and faucet, built two fishing docks, a picnic area, a fire pit, transformed the pond, and rebuilt a pergola that now beautifully seats six!

Over 200 solar lights were added to the grounds and unknown amounts of gravel were brought in for a walking path. We now call this trail the “Pathway to Freedom.”

On behalf of the HR4W team, we thank you all for coming alongside us in God’s plan to create places where women can go in their journey to becoming whole in mind, body, and soul.

It is with heartfelt thanks and overwhelming grattitude that we recognize Lowe’s stores of Greater Wichita and High Reach Equipment for over 700 volunteer hours toward the development and beautification of our ranch.

The team, shown above, replaced storm doors, a kitchen sink and faucet, built two fishing docks, a picnic area, a fire pit, transformed the pond, and rebuilt a pergola that now beautifully seats six!

Over 200 solar lights were added to the grounds and unknown amounts of gravel were brought in for a walking path. We now call this trail the “Pathway to Freedom.”

On behalf of the HR4W team, we thank you all for coming alongside us in God’s plan to create places where women can go in their journey to becoming whole in mind, body, and soul.

For More Information

Email Karen DeWerff with any questions about how you and your company can get involved with Hope Ranch for Women.

Email Karen DeWerff with any questions about how you and your company can get involved with Hope Ranch for Women.

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