To mail in a donation check, please send it to our office addressing it with “Attn: Development” to
1100 N Andrews Ave. Fort Lauderdale, Fl. 33311
Helping The Homeless From Crisis To Independence
As South Florida’s homeless rate continues to climb, more and more people find themselves facing the harsh reality of living on the streets of Broward County. A lost job, death of a partner, major health issue or other sudden misfortune can take a family or individual from a relatively normal life to a fight for survival.
At HOPE South Florida, we put lasting independence within reach. We are a faith-based organization that offers a holistic response to homelessness with a focus on rapid re-housing. Here, the homeless and hurting find a continuum of care that builds steady progress through emergency shelter, daycare referral, free meals, employment assistance and other services designed to transform lives and make a return to permanent housing a hope fulfilled.
Women. Children. Families. Veterans. For many experiencing homelessness, HOPE South Florida is the lifeline that leads them from crisis to recovery. With the generous support of donors and volunteers, we make their road home a safer and shorter journey.
Eviction Prevention, Rent and Utility Assistance
The City has entered into an agreement with HOPE South Florida to provide Eviction Prevention, Rental and Utility Assistance for Hollywood residents affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding is provided by State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) Funds. To learn more about the program and application window, please visit: hollywoodfl.org/rentassistance
Make A Donation
If you would like to make an investment that lifts lives, brightens futures and strengthens the community, consider helping homeless families and veterans get back on their feet through a donation to HOPE South Florida.
To get home quickly, sometimes you need better directions. HOPE South Florida’s Rapid Re-Housing program helps homeless families, veterans and individuals steer clear of detours and dead ends and return to permanent housing sooner.
Myths & Truths
From mental illness to bad life choices, there are many misconceptions about who becomes homeless and why. Click here to separate MYTH from TRUTH.