HomeLife Warranty Protection founders Nicole and Dennis Roehl believe that the first steps on a journey toward a peaceful life start at home. Unfortunately, many people don’t have the opportunity to chart their path from a stable location.
For many single mothers and their children, home warranty protection coverage is the last thing on their minds. Whether or not a dishwasher or washing machine breaks down simply isn’t on their radar when survival takes priority. That’s why HomeLife Warranty Protection proudly supports the Hope House, located in Show Low, Arizona.
About Hope House
HomeLife Warranty Protection founder Nicole Roehl explains that Hope House is part of the Living Hope Centers’ ministry. Living Hope Centers, which was founded in 1997, is a pro-life ministry that provides young women and their children a safe place to receive support they are not currently receiving from others. In addition to a maternity home, Hope House and Living Hope Centers offer numerous classes and other resources for expecting and new moms.
HomeLife Warranty Protection has supported Hope House since the company’s inception in 2003. Nicole, a former foster child, believes that if donations can help even one family stay together then it is all worthwhile.
Living Hope Childhood Enrichment Center
The executive and volunteer staff of Living Hope Centers also operate Living Hope Childhood Enrichment Center. This full-day program for children from birth to 12-years of age offers a Christ-centered educational experience with qualified teachers who place a strong focus on social and emotional development. Living Hope Centers offers on-the-job training and degree completion for employees, who often become acquainted with the center after living in the Hope House.
For more information on the many Living Hope programs visit LivingHopeCenters.org.
HomeLife Warranty Protection also encourages customers to learn about the many community giving opportunities in their own neighborhoods.