A Future with Hope has emerged as a leader in Sandy recovery thanks to our volunteers, homeowners, and supporters. We have rebuilt 250 homes in the four years since Sandy struck, and continue to assist families into 2017.
Volunteer groups (usually 10 or more) from around the country are scheduled for week long stays at one of our hosting sites in New Jersey. We host volunteers of various skill levels and pair them with our professional construction team who train, work with, and oversee our volunteers on each work site. Volunteer groups include United Methodist congregations from around the country, youth groups, senior citizen groups, other religious organizations, college students and more.
We work with Sandy recovery agencies that are still helping families rebuild, including SBP, the Affordable Housing Alliance, and the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey.