Online Donation

Your donation, big or small, has the power to change lives. Hope House relies on the generosity of supporters to achieve its mission of providing safety and support for survivors of domestic violence and their families. Thank you for taking a stand against domestic violence and donating to those in need.

  • $500 can provide 4 hours of individual therapy
  • $250 can provide a family 5 hours of children's advocacy
  • $100 can give a survivor of abuse a night of relief and safety
  • $25 can provide food for a family for one day

Hope House is designated by the IRS as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are processed through a secure site.

Privacy Policy for Donors

Donate Essential Items

We appreciate your support as we continue to provide services to those impacted by domestic violence and their families during this crisis.

We are currently only accepting donations of new items.  Please call 816-604-7578 or email Shannon Chura for further instructions on the donation process.

*We do not accept computers, monitors, printers, televisions or cribs manufactured prior to July 2014.

Current List of Urgent Needs

  • Diapers Size 6
  • 3T-4T Pull Ups
  • 4t-5T Pull Ups
  • Chapstick
  • Women's and Men's Deodorant
  • Paper Towels
  • Toilet Paper
  • Baby Wipes
  • Baby Wash
  • Baby Lotion
  • Bath Towels
  • Baby Teething Toys
  • Baby Bottle Brushes
  • Women's Sweatpants & Leggings (all sizes)
  • Enfamil-Similac
  • Pacifiers
  • Adults Coats Sizes 2XL+
  • Boys Coats (all sizes)
  • Dr. Brown Baby Bottles
  • Adult Women's Tennis Shoes (new sizes 7-9)
  • QT, Uber, Target, Walmart gift cards

To view a list of our ongoing needs, please click here.

Our Urgent Needs Amazon Registry can be found here.

Shop our Security for Survivors Amazon Registry here.

View our Holiday Store Amazon Registry here.

You can view a complete list of Holiday Store items needed here.

All items purchase through Amazon Registries will be shipped directly to Hope House.

Missouri Tax Credits

Effective July 1, 2022, individual and corporate monetary charitable contributions made to Hope House that total at least $100 during the taxable year are eligible for a tax credit equal to 70% of the amount contributed for Missouri tax purposes. For more information on tax credits please click here or visit the Missouri Department of Social Services website.

For questions regarding Hope House applications, contact Rachel Walter.

Tax Credit Applications must be sent to Hope House at PO Box 577, Lee's Summit, MO 64063.

Become a Recurring Donor

You can impact the lives of survivors each month by becoming a recurring donor. When you make a monthly donation to Hope House, you are committing to helping survivors begin a new life free of abuse and violence. Make your first gift today!

Make Your Monthly Gift

Monthly Donor Benefits include:

  • Bi-monthly Hope House Newsletter
  • New Donor Spotlight on Hope House Podcast, Illuminating Hope
  • Community Education Opportunities
  • 70% Missouri Tax Credits*
  • Donor Portal Access
  • Year End Giving Statements
  • Occasional Special Swag Items

*To qualify for tax credits, you must file taxes in the state of Missouri, make a minimum $100 yearly donation, and submit application by January 15th annually

Other Ways to Give

Planned Giving

Planned gifts may be in the form of bequests, endowments, life insurance, qualified retirement plans or real estate. We encourage you and your legal/financial advisors to work with our Development Office staff to plan deferred gifts. For a gift that starts giving to Hope House now and into the future, IRA rollovers are available through Dec. 31 each year.

To discuss planned giving, please contact Anne Aubuchon or call us at 816-257-9330.

Hope House staff can not offer tax advice. Please contact your tax advisor to see which option is best for you.

Annual Giving

Each year, Hope House provides emergency shelter and assistance to thousands of domestic violence survivors through various services. But we cannot do it alone. We need the support and assistance from businesses and organizations within our community. Consider adopting Hope House as your charity of choice for your annual giving.

Throughout the year, your company or organization can implement a variety of activities to support Hope House in different ways. For example, you can collect urgently needed items for those residing in a shelter, invite a speaker from Hope House to educate staff on domestic violence issues, collect monetary donations, or organize a volunteer project for Hope House. Many organizations will change their support method with the start of a new month. These activities are not only incredibly rewarding for your group, but also are great for team building and company unity.

For more information about adopting Hope House for your annual giving, please contact Anne Aubuchon or us call 816-257-9330.

Monetary donations may be made by clicking the DONATE button at the top of this page, or you can mail a contribution to Hope House, PO Box 577, Lee's Summit, MO 64063.

Workplace Giving

Matching charitable contributions can be a great way to double or even triple the funds raised and will help Hope House in our efforts to end domestic violence. Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. Check with your human resources department to see if your employer participates and to obtain the necessary form.

Vehicles for Charity

Through our partnership with Vehicles for Charity, Hope House benefits by receiving a cash donation to fund new and existing programs and increase community awareness through local events when you choose to donate your vehicle. Learn more about donating your vehicle by visiting the Vehicles for Charity website.

Together we can build a brighter future.

Domestic violence can happen to anyone, no matter their gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, or sexuality. Hope House advocates for survivors, no matter where they are in their journey. Join us in creating a brighter tomorrow for survivors.

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