To provide safe shelter, food and support services to homeless women and children.
HOMe is zoned as a family care facility and will house 10-12 women and children with a maximum of six adults.





Help HOMe to reach their goal of opening their doors to homeless women and children in 2017 by purchasing a custom engraved brick. The bricks will be used to create a walkway to the front door.

There are two brick sizes to choose from. The small brick is $100 and the larger brick is $250.

To place an order please go here to purchase your brick.

Why does Mooresville need to address homelessness?

Breaking the cycle of generational poverty begins with the provision of basic necessities, such as food, shelter and safety. When a community safety net is developed, crime rates drop, children are afforded a more stable atmosphere that is conducive to physical and emotional health, and individuals are more likely to succeed and become productive citizens. Therefore HOMe will provide:

  • Emergency shelter for the homeless.
  • Year round resources such as job training, mentoring, financial counseling, mental & physical assistance, substance abuse counseling and education.




We now have a place to call HOMe! We purchased a house at 384 N. Broad Street with no debt. Thank you HOMe supporters for your hard work, donations and prayers.

The renovation project is well under way and we have finished framing and are beginning the plumbing, electrical and HVAC process. We have had many dedicated community volunteers working on Saturdays to get us to this phase under the leadership of Tommy Chester, Cliff Hecht and Julie Wooldridge.

Please follow us on FaceBook to see the most recent photos of our construction project. Thank you to Adams + Associates Architecture, Piedmont Design, Hunter Millwork, Zander Building Services, Abernathy Grading, Specialty Bath Ltd., Lakeside HVAC, Frank Meadows, Poteat Framing and Lowe’s Home Improvement.

Want to get involved?
If you can donate building materials or skilled labor for this project, please contact:

Bonnie Batallia, Bonnie.Battalia@HopeOfMooresville.org




Thank You Community for Supporting HOMe

Teri Kidz Consignment for raising $1500

Please join us on April 29th for the 10th Annual Marti Estes 5K benefitting HOMe. You can run, walk or crawl you way the finish line and help us reach our fundraising goals to complete the construction project. www.ME5K.com

How You Can Help




Donation Options
If you would like your church to receive recognition for your donation, please tell us what church you attend?


Hope of Mooresville, PO Box 434, Mooresville, NC 28115

For more information, or to volunteer, please fill out the form below

About Hope Of Mooresville

In early 2014, a bible study group led by Sarah Allen and attended by Nancy DeCaron and Georgia Theriot, decided it was time to stop talking about helping and start doing something for their community. They recruited Amy DeCaron to help navigate the process of starting a nonprofit and Hope of Mooresville was born. The foundation of this project is based on the teachings of Jesus and his good works.

HOMe’s program is based on the exemplary model of Fifth Street Ministries in Statesville, NC and is proud to be a part of their 501(c) 3.

Advisory Board Contact Information:

For more information, please contact our Community Coordinator Bonnie Batallia - Bonnie.Battalia@HopeOfMooresville.org

Amy DeCaron [Chairperson] - Email

Nancy DeCaron - Email

Donna Hahn - Email

Fred Coates - Email

Cliff Hecht - Email

Tommy Chester

Julie Wooldridge

John Greenwell

HOMe Accountant: Barbara McCall of Ladd, McCall & Associates - Email

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