To break the cycle of generational dysfunction which can lead to a lifestyle physical abuse, drug & alcohol addiction, homelessness, and trauma.
We accomplish our mission by offering a hand up through events, programs, classes and radical makeovers. We do this in partnership with churches, businesses, transitional housing programs, shelters, and rehab centers. Through these hand ups, we walk with individuals through the process of becoming self-sufficient.
We care about the needs of the whole person, including: physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and financial.
Services and Programs
At Esther’s Place, Developing a meaningful connection to each individual “Esther,” is our most important function to help them connect with critical resources and services on their road to self-sufficiency. Creating a safe, warm, and clean place for women leading difficult lives to find a welcoming community and hot meals during the day – and then helping them to find them safe, permanent, and sustainable housing is our mission.
New Creation Church
The Hoff Foundation operates three homes on Snohomish County that provide comprehensive wrap-around support services for 36 women who are escaping homelessness or are at a significant risk of homelessness. Life skills classes, recovery groups, and mentorship provide the foundation of our support services.
Queen It’s A New Day
Simply known as “Queen,” to the women who go through the program, this is their opportunity to be given the royal treatment by community members who support this twice a year program. Each woman receives an image make-over, an opportunity to connect with their spiritual needs, and also basic skills training in computer programs, interviewing skills, presentation, and communication. Along with a complete work ensemble, the ladies also enjoy a make-up consult and manicure, as well as self-care education.