House of Hope Hosts Successful Toy and Donation Drive


Donors also provide much-needed supplies for clients and their families

Donnalia Deliazar, House of Hope COO; Marcus Strong, House of Hope operations supervisor; Sue Glasscock, House of Hope CEO; Lindsay Glasscock, Compass – Hopkins Team real estate advisor; Luke Short, House of Hope finance

House of Hope recently hosted a successful toy and donation drive for its residents and their children during the holiday season.

South Florida real estate firm Compass – Hopkins Team was among the generous donors. “We are so grateful for the contributions and the support that allowed us to provide our residents and their families some extra joy this holiday season,” said Sue Glasscock, House of Hope CEO. “We are so thankful for companies like Compass – Hopkins Team and the many individuals who have made the season of giving so special. Their generosity means so much to our residents and their families. Even in the best of times, so many in our community need our services and programs. Now in this unprecedented time we are seeing an incredible increase in that need. The support we receive inspires us to continue our mission of providing healing and hope to the men and women in our care.”

In an effort to minimize all contact in order to keep the House of Hope campus safe due to COVID-19, residents are not able to visit their families and children. The toys donated allow the moms and dads in recovery to send gifts to their children this holiday season. Additionally, the non-profit collected donations for personal items to help residents in recovery feel more comfortable during their time at House of Hope. These items include clothes, hygiene products, git cards, books, puzzles, snacks and more.

House of Hope is a leading non-profit provider of substance abuse and mental health programming in Broward County. To learn more about House of Hope, visit

About House of Hope

House of Hope is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to the treatment and support of those with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. Since 1969, House of Hope/Stepping Stones has provided hope and healing to more than 500 men and women annually, in both a residential and outpatient setting. House of Hope plays a critical role within the continuum of care and provides hope and healing to those with no other alternatives. Many clients would return to homelessness or incarceration without treatment and the skills development needed to support themselves and their families. For more information, visit

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