Help Us Move In, Inc

We are a 501c3 non-profit, established in March 2015. To accomplish our mission, the HOMELESS NO MORE Challenge Grant was created to encourage and assist communities to set up sustainable programs helping families facing a housing crisis.

Our Scope

Help Us Move In (HUMI) recently expanded our efforts by partnering with Family Promise to multiply the impact for vulnerable families across the United States. Visit our Where We Are page to see all the new locations across the map!

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Our History

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First United Methodist Church of Olympia (WA) began the "Homeless Children Fund" in October 2000 with a simple fundraiser generated donations of $11,000, tripling our expectations! The program started assisting families in the Olympia School District's Mckinney-Vento "Welcome Room" Program, the Salvation Army Family Shelter and soon included the Family Support Center and Safe Place as local agencies that help struggling families.

In 2011, as part of an art auction fundraiser, the children of the Welcome Room renamed the program Help Us Move In.a According to the students, “The phrase ‘homeless children’ described helplessness, instead of hopefulness. ‘Help Us Move In’ means we are moving, won’t you help?”

There are two phrases that express the essence of this endeavor:

A Hand Up, Not A Hand Out and more importantly, a goal of HOMELESS NO MORE.

Help Us Move In, Inc. was established to spread awareness about this ever-increasing crisis and offer a unique grant opportunity challenging communities to join our efforts helping to alleviate childhood homelessness.

SUGGESTED CONTRIBUTION LEVELS

A HAND UP

CONTRIBUTIONS
$500 TO $4,999

KEY TO HOPE

CONTRIBUTIONS
$5,000 TO $24,999

IT TAKES A VILLAGE

CONTRIBUTIONS
OVER $25,000

ADOPT A VILLAGE

CONTRIBUTIONS
MATCHING TOTAL COMMUNITY GRANT

HELP US MOVE IN means
We are moving, won't you help?

All contributions are matched 100%

Donate $500 today and we will match it giving a total of $1,000.
100% directly helps families with children escape homelessness.

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