House of Protection, Inc. (formerly known as House of Hope, South Florida) is a Christian, non-denominational, not-for-profit 501(C) 3 organization, reaching youth ages 5 to 18. We are a refuge of hope for children, teens and their families, providing Pastoral Counseling, Community Workshops and a future Residential Program. We serve families in the Tri-County area of Broward, Palm Beach, and Miami-Dade. Our office is located at 600 SW 3rd Street Suite 5100L Pompano Beach, FL 33060
LOCATION: House of Protection, Inc.
START DATE: February 23rd, 2018
At House of Protection, Inc. financial accountability is important to our integrity as a ministry, and we have developed a set of principles and guidelines to guide the way we use the resources God has entrusted to us.
House of Protection, Inc.’s (HOP) Principles and Guidelines for Financial Accountability
HOP does not receive any grants or funding from government agencies.
All contributions received, regardless of amount, are considered sacred to the mission that God has called us to. We are committed to fiscal responsibility and to ensure the greatest impact from every dollar received.
- HOP adheres to all policies, procedures and reporting guidelines of the IRS and Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDAC).
- HOP will provide a tax receipt in accordance with the rules and regulations of the IRS and FDAC for each contribution received.
- HOP will not sell, trade, or loan our donor list to any other organization or institution. We will maintain the confidentiality and integrity of our donors at all times.
- HOP diligently seeks to pay our vendors and suppliers within thirty days of receiving an invoice. We understand that timely payment is important to the success of those with whom we do business.
All contributions received for a designated purpose will be accounted for separately from the general contributions to ensure its use for the intended purpose. When gifts exceed the needs of a specific project, funds will be allocated to other equally important outreaches of HOP.