HOPE of the Grand Valley's mission is to provide support and a hand up to hard-working parents and their children who work but fall in or fall just above the poverty level and are not receiving welfare, or housing assistance.

This is a group that tends to fall through the cracks, commonly referred to as the working poor. These are people trying to break the cycle of poverty and doing their best to get ahead.

It's a situation that creates an uncertain future for both parents and their children. HOPE of the Grand Valley aims to help these families create a more predictable and stable environment for their children


Property Vision: HOPE of the Grand Valley's  aims to make a difference in the lives of working families and first-time moms with newborns. We strive to help those struggling by giving a hand up, helping them develop a path to well-being and economic stability.
a non-profit organization that offers supportive services for our working under employed with children.

HOPE of the Grand Valley is a local nonprofit that was founded in 2009. Our mission is to provide support and a hand up to hard-working parents that make too much to qualify for government assistance but still find it hard to make ends meet at times.

“This is a group that tends to fall through the cracks,” states Founder and Director, Vicki McGee. “That’s why we provide a hand up, not a hand out to these local families.”

The main project HOPE of the Grand Valley is currently trying to raise funds for a property in Fruita, Colorado, that will be used to help first-time moms and families who are not on public assistance.

The goal of this property is to help educate and counsel these individuals, and to provide assistance until they have saved enough money to get on more solid financial ground.