a single mom success story!
Our program is for single parents who want to be full-time students in college or trade school.
Our goal is to remove the barriers they have to getting that career
and to give them with the tools they need to have healthy children and financial freedom.
Scared? Overwhelmed? Lonely?
If this describes you, you’re not alone! Most single moms are. Our goal at Hope for Single Moms is to help you change that! We walk the student parent journey with you!
Hope for Single Moms isn’t for everyone. We’re all about helping you go back to school to get a career education once you have housing. If you are ready to create your own Cinderella story, we’re ready to help!
Are you worried about paying your bills? A career education doubles your life time earnings. Find out if you’re ready to go back to school.
At Hope for Single Moms, we are determined that no single mom will walk the student parent journey alone. Your mentor and tribe (life assistance team) will help you with the challenges life brings your way. Learn more.
Our career consultation changes that. If you qualify to apply to our program, we help you develop a plan to go back to school and give you the tools you need to become financially self-sufficient.
What if you could change two lives!
It takes a team–a Dream team–a group of passionate monthly givers, who are determined to end childhood hunger and change lives–a tribe–volunteers helping her do life–to help a single mom write her own Cinderella story. Give her hope and encouragement on her student parent journey.
Hope for Single Moms isn’t for every single mom (or single dad). Our student parents must apply and qualify. For those who do, we offer hope and opportunities where otherwise there are none. Join us in helping children in West Michigan thrive! Help these courageous moms on the road to financial self-sufficiency. See our client qualifications. Learn more about volunteer opportunities.
Join a single mom success story
and help her children thrive!
Our Latest Blogs
Prevention or treatment? Which is better? When it comes to healthcare, both are needed. But what about poverty? Does poverty early in childhood affect a child's long-term well-being? The answer, according to research, is 'Yes!' Poverty early in life has been linked to behavioral problems and lower...
What do you do all day? Has anyone ever asked you that? Regardless of whether I was home with six children or am home working with single moms, I get asked that question. And I guess my answer now is the same as my answer was back then. I help my clients (kids, in the past) set goals for...
It’s November!! The holiday season will soon be upon us! (Thanksgiving is 13 days away!) Holiday traditions. Holiday family time. Are they part of who you are and what your family does? Family time is an important part of the Hope for Single Moms program. Parents will never get this time with...