Casa de Esperanza Community –
The safety of the children and families we serve, and that of our employees and volunteers is always our priority at Casa de Esperanza. In response to COVID-19, our office and residential neighborhood remains closed for visitors and our administrative staff is working remotely. If you have any questions or need immediate response, we are happy to help: please call our main number 713-529-0639 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the help of the community, we continue to serve the children in our residential program, as well as parents in the birth parent program and families in the aftercare and outreach program, where we have experienced the largest increase in need. If you would like to help, we ask that you consider a financial contribution to assist us as we continue to provide for our children and families and ensure their individual needs are met.
The health and safety of our children, families, staff, volunteers, friends and community are at the uppermost of our minds and hearts at this time.
Thank you for your continued support.
Hear from our former Hands of Hope Interns
Casa de Esperanza has taught me that no matter what difficult situation a young child may be coming from, I have the opportunity to greet them with open loving arms and a safe home. The biggest impact on my life here has been the children I have had in my care. Through providing the children with a safe and nurturing home environment, I have been a...
|Gabrielle - Former House Parent from North Carolina
My time here at Casa de Esperanza has been incredible. One of the greatest lessons I have learned is the importance of compassion and unconditional love. Rocking a child all night while he is sick or running to respond to his cries in the middle of the night is completely worth it. It shows him that someone loves him and someone will be there for h...
|Nicole - Former Foster Parent from Texas
One of the most important things I have learned is that what I thought of as ‘normal,’ will never be how I see 'normal,' again. So far, every child that has been in my care, has come from a different situation and station in life. They have lived through what was a ‘normal’ day, week, year or lifetime for them, and their version of what is ...
|Starr - Former Foster Parent from Michigan
Working at Casa de Esperanza has been an amazing experience. I feel privileged to be part of this community. The challenges here are ever-present, but the joy and happiness that comes with fostering children is overwhelming. I have learned so many things that cannot be taught in a classroom. I have learned the value of patience and compassion time ...
|Brittany – Former House Parent from Connecticut
Before coming to Casa de Esperanza, I thought that I was going to be the one teaching the children what love looks like, but really it has been the other way around. The children I have met at Casa de Esperanza have taught me so much about unconditional love, forgiveness, compassion, and resilience. These children did not choose to be in foster car...
|Wendy - Former House Parent from Maryland
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