Mission Statement: Beacon of Hope Outreach Center is a non-profit corporation focused on spreading the Beacon of Hope to those in need. We are called to join together with other non-profit organizations, ministries, churches, government agencies, and social service agencies to meet the financial, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the community.
Foundation: The Beacon of Hope Outreach Center (BHOC) is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization, founded in 1995. Currently, the organization operates strictly by volunteers and donations, and performs a number of outreaches throughout Colorado and the nation, and has played a vital role in various emergency relief efforts including the Columbine High School massacre in 1999, Hurricanes Katrina & Rita in 2005, and a number of towns and cities around the nation impacted by devastating crises or natural disasters.
What we offer: BHOC works with a number of non-profit organizations, churches, ministries, government agencies, and programs to provide resources for those seeking specific needs. While BHOC provides assistance in a number of areas, the needs are too great for one organization to supply. Therefore, with our trusted network of partners, the majority of needs are met. There are a number of ways we can assist. Many of our services are listed to the left.
Programs & Services Offered: BHOC provides a number of services and programs to help meet the needs of the community. Below is a list of services and programs offered through the organization:
Emergency Services: When hardships happen in life, BHOC provides emergency aid to families in need. Such aid comes in the form of food, clothing, furniture, household items, and baby items. BHOC also partners with other organizations who meet housing needs, daycare assistance, and more.
Operation Hope: BHOC’s military and veteran support program that provides care packages, financial aid, and other services to members of America’s armed forces and their families.
Operation Harvest: BHOC’s annual Christmas outreach program provides free clothing, household items, furniture, food, and new toys to thousands of low-income families throughout the Denver metro area. Since its inception, Operation Harvest has served over 20,000 people.
LifeLine Life Management Program: Due to economic hardships, lack of education, and corporate lay-offs, many find themselves utilizing our services. Through this program, we provide basic financial education, career counseling, job placement assistance, and more.