Arizona, Texas


Welcome to

Fountain of hope shelters!

Our Mission

Our mission at Fountain of Hope Shelters is to serve our communities with love and compassion, providing nourishment, support, and spiritual guidance to those in need.

Our Vision

Our vision is to create a society where no one goes hungry, where individuals are empowered to thrive, and where spiritual nourishment is accessible to all. We aspire to be a beacon of hope, making a lasting impact on the lives of those we serve, and inspiring others to join us in our mission of compassion and service

Our Story

The conception of the FHMIC Shelter Project was birthed out of our West Seattle branch’s “Food to Feed” program, a one-year pilot program that ran from August 1, 2021 to August 31, 2022. 


Years of


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how we help

bringing hope to the hopeless and salvation to lost souls

Who We are

Our Impact

How It Works

This program was purposed to minister through food (community meals), peer support, encouragement, spiritual counseling, and ministering the Word of God.  This pilot program was held at a Veteran’s Center which is also an overnight shelter for men and women.

Going forward, we have adopted this program as one of FHMIC’s full-time programs and intend to replicate it within our Arizona branch.  With our mission of “bringing hope to the hopeless and salvation to lost souls” this is the best chance for us to bring hope in the communities we serve. 

As a church we want to offer these programs in an effort to introduce healing, discipline, order, routine, and responsibility in the participant’s life to help them meet their developmental goals and bring awareness to the individual that change is possible. 

Our core values

What Make Us Different


We approach every individual with kindness, empathy, and a deep understanding of their unique circumstances.


We believe in the power of community and the strength that comes from unity. We foster an inclusive and supportive environment where individuals can connect, find belonging, and build meaningful relationships


We are guided by our faith in God, understanding that spiritual nourishment is as essential as physical sustenance.


We believe in empowering individuals to overcome challenges and build a better future.

Capital Campaign

Capacity Building


In order to fully serve this need, FHMIC has to purchase a facility for the Chapel, where the discipleship and evangelism classes will be held to help participants increase in their faith and spirituality.  The Business Center for entrepreneurship classes, business summit, public speaking, self-image enhancement, job readiness training, and boutique.  A commercial kitchen, for the shared meals and cooking and baking classes; a ‘Dream Center’ which is a space for youth from kindergarten through high school, where kids can dream BIG and enjoy gaming, arts & crafts, and life skills classes.  This area would provide a safe place for children to not feel displaced or neglected as the parents are looking for work or going back to school.    A supplemental area for younger children who need daycare services in our “Day Care Relief” program; which provides day and evening daycare services that cater to children’s confidence building and affirmation, while allowing parents to go back to work or continue their education.  As families transition, we want to ensure that their children do not ‘miss a beat’ due to feeling displaced as they transition into their permanent home.  And lastly the Basic Shelter facilities, which are housed inside of residential homes, which we believe enhances the potential for success and will provide the best outcome for adults and families.  These facilities are a safe place where hygiene, food, clothing, bedding, laundry, and other basic needs are provided. 

Funding for transportation to help people get to the programs, to provide easy access to our programs, as well as take participants on outings in the community as well as out in nature. 

The FHMIC Shelter Project will be a place that create jobs.  Further preventing the possibility for relapse into former negative behaviors or habits.  The various jobs would include: running the bakery/kitchen, facility maintenance, facility cleaning, and running Huldah’s Closet boutique.  All participants will qualify for employment by successfully completing various programs, and are the first pool of candidates when looking to fill open positions. 

We Need Your Help

We rely on the generosity of individuals like you to help us make a difference in the lives of those in need.

Our Belief

Our Belief & Philosophy!

At Fountain of Hops Shelters, we believe that every individual deserves dignity, respect, and an opportunity to live a fulfilling life. We embrace a holistic approach to care, addressing not only the physical needs but also the emotional and spiritual well-being of those we serve. Our philosophy is rooted in the belief that through love, support, and faith, we can help individuals overcome adversity and create a brighter future