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To grow, we need you!

The call has never been louder, and the work has never been clearer. 


Looking toward our 30th Anniversary!!

We celebrate every moment at Hope Springs, with each breath offering an opening, a spiraling evolution toward inner and global peace.

Still, some moments deserve some extra attention, and thinking about the 30 years of transformative work that will soon have happened on this land seems especially worth celebrating.

Over the next 2 years, we hope you'll join us in creating this celebration: in dreaming, in convening, and in funding. 

Donate $30 (or more!) each month from October 2023 through October 2025 and join us on the land to celebrate this milestone together!

A 501c3 non-profit retreat center nestled in the Appalachian foothills, Hope Springs offers a sacred space that inspires growth and learning. We nurture people and organizations that desire to make a positive change in themselves and their communities. Offerings include retreats and programs focused on personal transformation, empowered leadership, peace and social justice.


In order to provide equitable programming and continue to hold sacred space for transformative work, we rely on support from our community.

Your monetary gift goes towards ongoing operation needs, building maintenance and upgrades, land stewardship, program development, scholarships recipients, and more!

Let's Build Hope Together

Here's how you can contribute:

Stock Transfer

We welcome any stocks

Contact us at

(937) 587-2602 or


Make a one-time or recurring tax deductible donation‏. Recurring donations give us stability to plan for the future and address our ongoing maintenance needs.

Leave your Legacy

Our innovative fundraising campaign, "Legacy Grove Project" is an initiative whose mission serves our land and forest, while supporting our need for a new accommodation building.

See more here.

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4988 Mineral Springs Road
Peebles, OH 45660

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"The challenge these days is to be somewhere, to belong to some particular place, invest oneself in it, draw strength and courage from it, to dwell in a community."

- bell hooks

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