The world has changed.
While we cannot have you physically present this year to tour our homes and celebrate, we hope you will join us to honor the mothers who have had to deliver their newborns while wearing face masks, school their older children virtually from home, and plan for an uncertain future.
Your support will ensure the Cradle can continue to be a safe place for these courageous mothers and their little ones to "shelter at home" during the pandemic.
Join us live on this website or our Facebook page
Sun, May 2nd @ 2 PM
OUR MISSION is to minister to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of single mothers and children through transitional housing and support services.
Our impact so far
The Cradle has been home to:
of graduates are employed and living in permanent housing
Your help impacts
I resided at the Cradle of Hope in 2004 with my son. I was a teenage mother with a young sick child and still in high school. (My son was four months premature.) At the Cradle I finished my high school education...
I came across Cradle of Hope through a google search made out of desperation. There was some slight hesitation in calling to set up an interview. My situation brought me embarrassment. Was I ready to live with strangers and abide by the rules?
First-time mothers can have very many differences. Age, background, life experiences, single, married, high school dropouts or college graduates. But all have one thing in common: the unconditional love they have for their child.
The other mothers and I are still friends, but also so much more. We are sisters, we are a family.