With your support, a child can have the opportunity try new things, develop skills and achieve goals alongside first responders who become their trusted role models. Building self-esteem and self-confidence is key for children to have hope for a better, brighter tomorrow.
Hope Begins Here Tours
See how Volunteers of America’s programs provide hope
Join us for a 1 hour tour to explore our programming, learn how we help our community, and how you can help us make a difference. Contact Valerie Hoak at 585-402-7218 or email@example.com to schedule your tour today.
Tour 1: Guest House Emergency Family Shelter (Rochester)
Over the last 10 years, VOA’s Guest House has served more than 2,000 homeless families. The first shelter in Rochester to accept entire families, VOA has always kept families intact while helping them address their housing crisis.
Tour 2: Children’s Center (Rochester)
For twenty years VOA’s Children’s Center has provided child care, early educational programs, after-school programs, and summer programs to city children aged 6 weeks through 12 years old.
Tour 3: Housing Programs in Binghamton
Volunteers of America has operated in Binghamton since its national founding in 1896. Learn about our continuum of housing stability services for veterans, families, and individuals struggling with chronic homelessness or mental health issues.