How to Help

The Beacon House is a 501(c)3 organization. We charge residents a small weekly fee, which barely covers their room & board. These fees do not cover staff salaries, facilities maintenance, phone and electricity, and other overhead costs. In order for the Beacon House to succeed and thrive, we rely heavily on the generosity of others. Your gifts, whether financial or in-kind, are essential to the continuation of our daily operations. These following ideas are things you might do to make a difference for the men at Beacon House:

Give Time

The Beacon House is in need of volunteer assistance to create a more beautiful living space for residents and visitors and to raise community awareness of our purpose and operations. Some ways to volunteer include:

Please contact to find out our current volunteer needs or to share your ideas.

Give Goods

The Beacon House gladly accepts tax-deductible, in-kind donations. We are currently receiving:

Give Services

The Beacon House is preparing to undertake significant and much-needed renovation to its facilities. Please contact us if your business offers any of the following and would like to make a tax-deductible service donation.

Give Guidance

Use your expertise and experience to teach a “Life-skills” class to Beacon House residents. Topics range from professional skill development to enjoyable pastimes and may include the following:

Give Money

Financial donations are essential to continued upkeep and operations of the Beacon House. We gladly accept donations of any amount. Below are examples of how your donations support the Beacon House and its residents.

$20 A flu shot for a resident of the Beacon House
$50 New sheets and towels for one room
$100 Sponsors food for the weekly Friday night meeting
$250 Sponsors a resident searching for work for one week
$500 Replaces a needed kitchen appliance