Board of Directors
Home State Bank
Homelessness Prevention Initiative
Catching Families Before They Fall.
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HPI is looking for table captains for our annual Soup Supper in November. Call today if you'd like to help: 970-221-1553.
Programs and Services Manager/Office Administrator
Want to help? Your business community event could be here! HPI is looking for local businesses to partner with. Email Amanda Hodge at email@example.com to help out.
Get your pass to shop at Macy's on August 29 and help HPI raise money at the same time. Call 970-221-1553 to request your shopping saving pass!
HPI raises $8,000 at the local showing of, "Oklahoma!"
Nearly 100 attendees enjoyed the Midtown Arts Center's performance of the Rogers and Hammerstein classic, "Oklahoma" on Sunday, June 15. Two top silent auction items were a Sony Playstation 3 donated by WalMart, and box seats to a Rockies game donated by Wells Fargo Financial Advisors. Home State Bank was the title sponsor, and the doorprize (2 tickets to an upcoming theater performance) was donated by Midtown Arts Center. Watch the HPI facebook page for upcoming events and contests.
Our intake centers are run 100% by dedicated volunteers. Join the team in making a difference in the lives of local residents.
Our mission is to provide emergency rental assistance and supportive assistance to those in need.
Imagine living a paycheck away from homelessness. Since 2001 HPI has helped more than 7000 people remain in their homes with one emergency rental assistance check. If you need help this month, please visit one of our volunteer intake locations.
While most of us struggle with maintaining a basic budget, imagine the frustration of knowing that the one thing many of us can always count on – a roof over our heads – is in jeopardy. The Homelessness Prevention Initiative is a local, grassroots emergency support resource for working families living within the Poudre School District who face the possibility of homelessness.