Our program is designed to help women with spiritual, emotional, practical and relational needs by meeting regularly to mentor and encourage them in their life choices. We facilitate this through Bible study, support group meetings and one on one interaction with our mentors. Additionally, Room 4 Hope utilizes our funds and donations to supplement practical needs for our clients when appropriate. Room 4 Hope seeks women who are endeavoring to make positive changes in their lives. We offer mentoring and support specific to women's needs in a safe environment. Come see what we have to offer you at "Room 4 Hope." * * * * * *
Board of Directors
Our board is responsible for governing and providing oversight for the organization's affairs. The board is made up of active mentors who are totally vested in the success of the Room 4 Hope ministry.
We offer information for community resources such as employment, housing, transportation, food supplies, medical help, etc.
GRACE FARQUHAR MEMORIUM
Grace became an active mentor with Room 4 Hope at the age of 88. Grace attended her last Wednesday Room 4 Hope meeting at age 91. On that day she loved and encouraged with all her energy! Two days later she sustained a stroke and passed away. We will always miss her and are much richer for her presence in our lives.
The public is welcome to join us for our women’s support group in Fort Collins and Greeley. Refreshments are provided at every meeting.
Meetings open to the public:
(no children or child care provided)
When: Wednesdays 10:00 am to 11:30 am. Where: The Wells Fargo Bank
2nd floor Conference Room - located at
401 S. College Ave., Fort Collins, CO.
(corner of Magnolia and So. College.
New Meeting in Greeley, Colorado
When: Thursdays 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Where: 1542 7th Ave. in Greeley
At the Rock Foundation Bldg.
Mondays 7:00 PM(Community Corrections residents only)
Note: Transportation is provided from the halfway house to the bank on Wednesday mornings. Pick up time is
at 9:30 am.
Room 4 Hope, Executive Director Martha Fellure, has extensive experience in a wide array of ministries. She attended Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio and counseled Juvenile Delinquents in Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Florida. Martha facilitates the Room 4 Hope meetings, develops and teaches the Bible studies specifically geared for the needs of women at risk.
What we do at the meetings:
Room 4 Hope offers friendship, love and encouragement. We eat, laugh, cry, pray and share life experiences with our mentors in a safe and confidential environment.
Our meetings are centered around messages of hope that are valuable to women who are struggling with various life challenges.