Labyrinth at Hope Springs, photography by Eyes of Wonder, Iveagh McGrath.JPG

To grow, we need you!

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

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 depend upon support from our community.

Your donations fund: ongoing building maintenance, land development and maintenance, program scholarships, educational program development, and so much more!

 

Please join us in our work to build peace within, between, and among ALL people.

Let's Grow Together

Here are some ways you can donate:

Stock Transfer

We welcome any stocks

Contact Victoria Brown at

(937) 587-2602 or

Victoria@HopeSpringsInstitute.org

Online

Make a tax deductible donation‏

Over the Phone

It's easy to donate offline too

Call us (937) 587-2602

By Check

4988 Mineral Springs Road
Peebles, OH 45660

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Host a Fundraising Event

Act According to your Passion

If you are interested in hosting your own fundraising event to help us fund our strategic plan of expansion, growth, and change please contact Victoria Brown, Executive Director, to work out the details and discuss the support you may need from us.

 

These events have been, and can be, private affairs or open to the public. Hope Springs can help you advertise your event with our email list and social media as well as send a representative to speak about the importance of our work and the many lives we change in the process.

"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