HOPE of the Grand Valley
P.O. Box 532
Fruita, CO  81521​​
970-778-4880​

​Hope of the Grand Valley provides a hand up, not a hand out; by fostering and encouraging independence for hardworking, low-income families.
Independence includes not receiving public assistance.

This includes budget and life skills coaching, food assistance, emergency support and Christmas for qualified families.


A hand up,
​not a hand out







​​​​​The Diaper Depot and HOPE of the Grand Valley are working together to provide diapers for our babies with working parents, not receiving other assistance; along with R-5 moms. At this time we are providing diapers to over 50 babies twice a month!!

This is an ongoing outreach, so diapers will always be a welcome donation.

We are asking for Huggies, Pampers or Loves diapers only.

The reason for this is-our babies are often times in the same diaper for a longer period of time, so with these brands we feel like their little baby butts will stay drier.

All sizes are needed
Newborns to size 6

Drop off Diapers Sites

Downtown-
First United Methodist
522 White Ave
Grand Junction, CO  81501

Grand Junction-
Grand Villa Assisted Living
2680 N 15th St, Grand Junction, CO 81506

Fruita-
United Methodist Church
405 E Aspen Ave, Fruita, CO  81521
Hope of the Grand Valley is currently experiencing a surge in terms of varying needs from the families we serve.

We are embarking on an ever-evolving, exciting, yet challenging venture to better help low-income families pursue healthy, independent lifestyles and are managing to provide more effective and practical services, now more than ever.

However - limited space and minimal funds significantly limits our capacity to make the kind of impact we know is possible.

While our potential is endless, our hands are truly tied by the limited amount of resources we have to work with at this time.

We are now empowering families!
Yet, we are still operating out of a borrowed conference room, Vicki McGee's garage, and hours upon hours of volunteer time, all on an extremely limited and inconsistent funding base.

To strengthen our services and make them even more accessible to those families who are motivated and in need of support, HOGV needs a significant increase in funds from which to operate. To make a more focused effort to do this, we want to secure the following:
- Grant Writers
- Fund Raisers
- Adequate facility in Fruita, CO
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