We help pregnant young women and the organizations that support them by providing knowledge, resources, and empowerment for life. We do this by partnering with maternity homes and other resource providers to ensure access to shelter, education, counseling, and opportunities.
10 Years of service
Hope Squared was launched in 2011 when the Portland metro area saw a massive decrease in availability of maternity homes for women in crisis pregnancy (from 6 to 1). Its founders’ sough to open and reopen these critically important resources in the service ecosystem, and has since provided hundreds of thousands of dollars across 17 grants to do just that. In the process, Hope Squared expanded north, east and south, found itself as a critical connector of people and organizations, and started provided much needed training directly to girls in need and the homes that serve them.
Empowerment and Training
The vision of Hope Squared is transforming crisis into hope for two. We aim to expand into the Seattle region and to ensure there is a safe, healthy place for young women in crisis pregnancy in all areas we serve.