When Kim came to Hope House she was homeless, pregnant and living in a car with her three children. She had been kicked out of the home where she was living after revealing her HIV status. Hope House helped Kim find a home for her family and enrolled her children in our free early childhood education program. Kim is now living undetectable, going back to school and has a safe, stigma-free, loving environment for her children to grow and learn. Hope House's early childhood education program serves children, 6 weeks to 5 years old, who are affected by HIV and poverty. The one-of-a-kind program has been vital in helping to improve the health and happiness of the families we serve. Started in 1995 by a group of volunteers, Hope House has served thousands of individuals. But we are still not meeting the need. With more than 40-50 eligible children born each year, Hope House is only able to enroll 4 new infants annually. Please help us raise much-needed funds to expand this vital service to more families in need in the Memphis community.