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Fourth & Hope’s mission is to feed, clothe, shelter, and facilitate recovery to those in need and to show the love of Jesus Christ in words and actions.

We provide a safe, welcoming environment to all and do not discriminate against any protected classes. We operate under Charitable Choice where everyone is welcome.

We provide a continuum of care for the hungry and homeless by moving them from the streets to stability in Woodland and Yolo County. Fourth & Hope is a community – a faith-based organization with more than 35 years of experience in providing services and facilities that benefit the homeless populations of Yolo County.

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HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HOMELESSNESS IN YOLO COUNTY

It’s estimated that there are 29.4 Yolo County residents who are dealing with homelessness for every 10,000 residents countywide. In Woodland, that number is higher — 39.4 homeless residents for every 10,000, according to the most recent count, which was completed in January 2019. The count, which is conducted on one night every two years, […]

DONATION TAX DEDUCTION EXTENDED FOR 2021

Good news for charities and donors for the 2021 tax year…the CARES Act has been extended!   Fourth & Hope relies on your donations, and thanks to an extension of the CARES act, you can benefit even more from donating.   Elements of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act have been extended for 2021. Individuals who donate to a […]

FOURTH & HOPE’S NEW SHELTER PAVES NEW WAYS TO CHANGE LIVES

NEW SHELTER, NEW TEAM MEMBERS, NEW PROTOCOLS, NEW PROGRAMS, NEW PARTNERSHIPS, NEW SERVICES We’re so excited to welcome you (virtually that is – see video below) to Fourth & Hope’s new emergency shelter! On January 4 we moved into a 6,500-square-foot facility located on the edge of town at 1901 East Beamer Street in Woodland. […]

HOUSING INSECURITY IN YOLO COUNTY

In response to the current coronavirus pandemic crisis, the Yolo Community Foundation is hosting a five-week series of discussions focused on major community needs. Today, Fourth & Hope’s Executive Director, Doug Zeck, spoke about the housing insecurity in Yolo County. Click the video to watch today’s discussion. Today’s panel participants included Lynette Irlmeier of Empower […]