"Thank you for considering partnering with Project Hope. Our mission is to partner with homeless mothers and their children to discover hope...more than a handout, we offer families a hand up towards emotional, mental, financial and spiritual success in life. In a world full of good intentions, Project Hope stands apart to move good intentions to intentional living, partnering with and providing homeless moms and their children with exceptional housing, counseling, educational training, financial planning, career assessments, parental guidance and spiritual community to live out a fully lived life".



The successes of Project Hope can be attributed to the many individuals, faith communities, businesses, service clubs, and corporations that have donated to us.

HOPE VILLAS Transitional Housing


A supportive living community where homeless women, children, and families receive safe housing, time, and life skills training to transition them to self-sufficiency.             

Would you like to learn more about Project Hope and learn about ways you can join the Hope team?  Please call or email today.

Project Hope of Marion County, Inc.

830 NE 28th Street, Unit 201

Ocala, FL 34460

PH 352-624-HOPE (4673)

Project Hope provides a safe and secure place for the families they serve. The opportunities they provide for families to build a better life are never ending. The support they give to participating families will ensure that their transition into self-sufficiency is a success!"           
Hope Graduate

“Thanks to Project Hope  I am focused and taking a new and different journey in my life. Project Hope is the reason I am succeeding and will continue to succeed on this Journey. Project Hope gave my daughter and I the opportunity to live a more safe and secure life. Project Hope never hesitated to show me love and support."      
Hope Graduate

...…"Responding to Christ's call shepherding homeless families to self-sufficiency"



Individually tailored programs are developed using a comprehensive collaborative approach as the keystone to developing self-sufficiency in the participants. 

                Pastor Mark Cummins 

Board President