High Quality Housing for Adults with or without Disabilities Handicapped Accessible Transportation
High Quality Housing for Adults with or without DisabilitiesHandicapped Accessible Transportation

Fund Development

Project Hope, Inc., engages in Social Business based on the work of Noble Laureate Professor Muhammad Yumus.  As such, our business objective is to eliminate institutionalized placement of adults with disabilities by providing high quality adult family homes and single room occupancy homes for the homeless or those at risk for becoming homeless as well as handicapped accessible transportation; NOT PROFIT MAXIMIZATION.  Our operations are grounded in:

  1. Financial and economic sustainability
  2. Investors get back their investment amount only. No dividend is given beyond investment money.
  3. When investment amount is paid back, company profit stays with the company for expansion and improvement.
  4. Gender sensitive and environmentally consciousness.
  5. Workforce gets market wage with better working conditions.
  6. And we do it with joy.

Due to 63 private, public, foundation, and corporate investers, Project Hope was able to secure a $5,500 loan from Kiva, https://www.kiva.org/ to expand our services by establishing another home.  We appreciate the Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC),  our Trustee.  


We continue to engage in on-going fundraising via charitable contributions.  Every dime is spend on staffing and residents.  As a 501(c)3, your donation is tax-deductible.  We are in need of slightly used furniture, household items and supplies.  We will pick up items you wish to donate. 


We also accept cash donations via PayPal:  paypal.me/ProjectHopeIncMKE or by mail:

Project Hope, Inc.

P O Box 170494

Milwaukee, WI 53217


Verfication of contribution will be emailed to you for income tax filing purposes.  Please include your email address when making donations.  


Kroger's & Roundy's donated $500 worth of gift cards to residents to assist them with eating healthy and making good food choices in June 2020.  Thank you Kroger's & Roundy's.


Shantel Hendricks donated durable medical equipment to assist our non-ambulatory residents with bathing, toileting and transitioning in May 2020. Thank you Shantel.


PayPal donated $25 in April 2020.  Thank you PayPal.


Bob's Discount Furniture donated $1,000 in gift cards to assist our residents in December 2019.  Thank you, Bob's Discount Furniture.


Willie Johnson, Jr. made a cash donation that resulted in professional development for our staff. in December 2019.  Thank you Mr. Johnson.


Kaila Hennessy donated a dresser to assist  in establishing addtional housing for the homeless in December 2019.  Thank you Kaila!


Brande Richmond donated two stoves and a microwave to assist in establishing additional housing for the homeless in December 2019.  Thank You Brande!


The Division for Academic Excellence made a cash donation that resulted in the purchase of new adaptive eating utensils for our residents with tramatic brain injuries in February 2019.  Thank you DAE!


The Administrators and Supervisors Council (ASC) made holiday donation that resulted in each resident receiving a holiday gift in December 2018.  Thank you ASC!


Project Hope received grant from Walmart Giving which resulted in residents engaging in community events in November 2018. Thank you Walmart!


We had our First Annual Cars, Bikes and Cigars Show and Fundraiser on Sunday, September 11, 2016 at Garfield's 502.  This was the Kick Off to our Capital Campaign of raising funds for a handicapped accessible van.  This campaign ended on November 10, 2016. 



Our business hours

Monday - Sunday09:00 AM - 09:00 PM
Our phone line is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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Miracle House has one vacancy

Motivation House has no vacancies.

Destiny House has no vacancies.

Foundation House has no vacancies

At Home House has 2 vacancies

Passage House has 3 vacancies.


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