CoHO advocates for others through the opening of holistic centers in under-resourced areas of central Arkansas. The centers help influence change through active presence and relational transformation.

CoHO provokes hope in human beings through holistic engagement, one life, one family and one community over time for the glory of God. Initiatives include education, housing and community development.

Hope Village will be a mixed-income community in Conway, primarily serving homeless persons and families. We are working to build a community that affirms human dignity, offers quality housing and provides a foundation for homeless advocacy in the city of Conway.

“We have a responsibility to one another, to be compassionate and creative, shaping a world in which we all have the opportunity to flourish as human beings.” -Dr. Phillip Fletcher, Founder


FUNDRAISERS AND EVENTS:

Buy A Brick, Build A Home: We are raising money through personalized bricks to assist in the building of Hope Village. These bricks will be used to create the walkways for each home.

Lock Arms with Hope Village and become a recurring giver by visiting hopevillagecoho.org.

T-Shirt Fundraiser: When you purchase a shirt, not only are you helping build homes, you’re helping spread the word! ⁣

GIVING OPPORTUNITIES:

Hope Sponsor: Sponsor an entire home that will be dedicated in your honor.

Sustaining Sponsor: This includes being listed on the Hope Village Memorial Wall.

Foundation Sponsor: Media promotion on behalf of your donation and recognition at the CoHO Gala.

Take advantage of a housing development investment within an Opportunity Zone.


608 E. Robins St.
Conway, AR 72034
501.499.1042
hopevillagecoho.org
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Established: 2017
Employees: 10
Service Area:Central Arkansas


FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Dr. Phillip Fletcher


OUR IMPACT:

  • 964
    Homeless individuals in Faulkner County
  • 588
    Of those homeless individuals are children
  • 550
    Homeless persons served by CoHO
  • $143,260
    Raised toward the construction of Hope Village
  • 21,518
    Volunteer hours since 2017
  • 75
    Potential lives changed within the first 5 years


BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Heather Cordaro, President
Nicolle Fletcher, Vice President
Amy Neumeier, Treasurer
Ashley Embry, Secretary
Canon Chandler, General Member
Perry Kelly, General Member
Rachel Lovelace, General Member
Selena Ulasewich, General Member


STEERING COMMITTEE

Samantha “Rae” Hewett Director
Mikaela Bailey
Wayne Cox
Karen Ferguson
Robert Ferguson
Claudia Fountain
Nicholas Hewett
Kalen Kemp
Gregory Lasker
John P. Leland
Malcolm Stone