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Open a Door of Hope

Doors of Hope has been serving the Holland/Zeeland community since 2007. Most of our clients come to us after a referral from a local church, organization, business, or word of mouth.
We recognize that a door of hope looks different to each person! We take the time to get to know each client and see them for who they are, not just as the situation they are facing. We walk alongside our clients, making sure they know someone is in their corner. We want provide clients with resources and tools to learn the life skills that will help them meet their goals!
We know that a strong community is key for success for those that we work with, so our community is so important to us. We wouldn’t be able to do what we do without the support of our community. We are able to serve other daily because of the giving hearts of individuals like yourself.
Can you help open a door of hope?


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City on a Hill

Doors of Hope

100 Pine Ave., Suite 125

Zeeland, MI 49464


Community Teams


Ministry Stories

“For the past several months, I have worked with a single father client who has experienced a constant rollercoaster of hardships. He has navigated through homelessness, physical and mental health crises’, transportation issues, all on top of the stress of being a single parent. Stable housing for him and his son was his main concern because the situation looked hopeless to him. He and I navigated through what seemed to be roadblock after roadblock in his search for housing. But it was worth it because I am thrilled to share that he and his son have finally moved into their very own apartment!
I’m so grateful for what I learned through walking alongside this client. I watched him preserver and put in the time to exhaust every option. He fought through the anxiety and fear he felt to reach his goal of a more stable life for himself and his son. I am humbled to have a front-row seat to his amazing accomplishments.”
(Michelle, Life Skills Coach)

In August of 2021, Carol’s church referred her to Doors of Hope. Here’s what she shares about experience here…

“I have been independent my whole life, but I needed guidance. I didn’t want a handout. I’m so grateful I came here. Everything is looking up now. I love life. I love the help I get here. I’m not alone. I can come and cry here. Before I came here, I didn’t think there was help for me. You have given me hope. Everybody here is just awesome and passionate about what you do and that’s from God. Coming to Doors of Hope has shown me that I am worthy of love and I have a lot of love to give.”

“Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn.”

– Romans 12:15