Here are a few different ways to support the work of Heights of Hope through your donations of money or specific items that we could use.

Monetary Donations:

Donate money online by clicking the blue button below. You can also mail a check to this address, or drop it off in the main office at Calvary on 8th.

Heights of Hope

995 East 8th Street

Holland, MI 49423

Item Donations:

Please text or call Laura at (616) 340-0737 to arrange a time to drop off donations.

  • Shredder

  • Gift cards of any value for raffles, prizes, or thank yous to neighbors

    • Restaurants, gas cards, Meijer, etc.

  • Things for Welcome Bags given to new neighbors

    • Good, individually wrapped rolls of paper towel

    • Small bottles of Dawn dish soap

    • Small bottles of Tide laundry soap

    • Small bags of 10 quarters each for laundry

    • Hand soap

    • Small box of kitchen-sized garbage bags

    • Other things that might be helpful for brand new neighbors

  • Personal Care Items for the Food Pantry

    • Hand soap

    • Laundry detergent

    • Dish soap

Amazon Smile:

You can also support Heights of Hope through Amazon Smile or by donating to our Feeding America account here. Our account number is #2996.

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The Kristen DeWitt Memorial Fund

In the fall of 2020, Heights of Hope lost a devoted advocate, dedicated volunteer, and dear friend, Kristen DeWitt, to a year long battle with depression.

Kristen and her family first got involved in our original WHOA! fitness program back in 2009. Since then, there aren’t many aspects of Heights of Hope where you cannot see Kristen’s fingerprints. From tutoring at Brain Boost to teaching Explosion classes, from wrapping presents at the Christmas store to being an ally at Circles. She was instrumental in planning our first 5K, and she would also quietly show up on a doorstep with a meal, with open arms to hold a baby, or with her van to give a ride.

Although her presence as a volunteer will be missed, Kristen managed to transcend those volunteer duties to become a steady rock in the Heights of Hope foundation. Kristen’s thoughtfulness and encouragement often sustained us. Her belief in the work of Heights of Hope was evident through her determination to have her own children involved in every single Heights of Hope program possible, trusting in the power of strengthening our community through relationships. She had the humility of a learner and the eye to see where she could insert her care and support.

Kristen embraced the Heights of Hope mission as a part of her personal calling and lived into that calling until her final day. Her presence will be deeply missed even as the impact she left on our community will ripple out for years to come.

Donations to the Kristen DeWitt Memorial will be used to fund initiatives that empower the gifts and passions of the young people in our neighborhood and to ensure mental health treatment is available and accessible. Please specify the "Kristen DeWitt Memorial" on the donation category.

Each spring, we will also present an award to an individual or family who breathes love, life, energy, and grace into our work at Heights of Hope in a way that reminds us of the legacy Kristen leaves.