About Mobile Hope
Mobile Hope is a nonprofit organization invested in seeing the residents of every mobile home community, along with surrounding schools, churches, and organizations, working together to ensure its students are succeeding and its families are thriving and achieving their goals.
Mission: To honor God by building relationships, hope and a culture of achievement within mobile home communities through education, healthy activities, resource connections, and faith development.
Mobile Hope empowers individuals and transforms mobile home communities by leveraging the strengths of the diverse communities we serve. This is accomplished through the development of meaningful between park residents and owners, teachers, churches, and volunteers, and creates a sense of unity and hope within the community.
There are a variety of ways you can directly engage to support our ministry and help youth and families to succeed:
- Volunteer in our programs or with the area of your expertise utilizing your unique skills. Visit our website for volunteer opportunities.
- Invite us to speak at your church, work, or community group.
- Connect us with any contacts you may have such as potential funders, donors, volunteers or board members.
- Pray for the families, youth and parks that we serve. Pray for our volunteers, staff and leadership teams as we seek God’s will for the ministry.
- Share our mission, website, and social media updates with your networks.
- Support us through financial or in-kind giving.
Visit our website for more information www.mobilehopemn.org
TreeHouse Program Director
Ashley jumped at the opportunity to do mission work right after graduating high school. She trained with Youth With A Mission (YWAM) and served as a missionary with them for 12 years. While serving in Guatemala for 5 years she lead an after school program called Dreamers for children in extreme poverty, providing food, full sponsorship of their school expenses, tutoring, and mentoring. She also started an English class at a local school. Her service in missions has helped her expand her worldview and cultural competence and she is fluent in Spanish. She and her husband have lived in the community they serve for the past five years. Her training in YWAM included Discipleship Training School, Intro to Primary Healthcare, and School of Ministry Development. Ashley now serves as the director of our TreeHouse program at Mobile Hope, working with teens grades 7-12 to provide youth programming, peer support groups, and mentoring programs to these amazing kids