4874 Meyer Ave.
Cadillac, MI 49601
Ph: 231.468.2022 - Women's Shelter
Ph: 231.775.3702 - Men's Shelter

Annual Food & Dry Goods Drive September 7th and 8th – 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Locations Include

Walmart
Save-A-Lot
    Family Fare   

New Hope Shelter provided warm beds, showers, clean clothes and hot meals for needy men, women and children throughout the greater Cadillac area almost 8,000 times during the past year. You read that right… almost 8,000 times. Your generous gifts will help us to continue to provide the basic necessities that our homeless clients so desperately need. Below you will find a list of the items that are needed for our five shelters (men’s, women’s, & three family shelters). While shopping today, please consider purchasing a few of these items and drop them off at the front door to one of our volunteers. We want to thank you for your kindness and generosity in advance!

FOOD ITEMS

COFFEE & CREAMER
CANNED FRUIT
BOXED CEREAL - (Cheerios, Frosted Flakes, & Cinnamon Toast Crunch)
CANNED TUNA
BAKED BEANS
CHILI AND RAVIOLI
BAKING SUPPLIES
MIRACLE WHIP
CANNED VEGETABLES
MACARONI & CHEESE         

CLEANING SUPPLIES

TOILET BOWL CLEANER
PINE SOL 

LAUNDRY SUPPLIES

LAUNDRY DETERGENT
DRYER SHEETS
  

TOILETRIES

SHAMPOO & SOAP
TAMPONS & PADS
TOOTHPASTE
LOCTION
BATH TOWELS
RAZORS & SHAVING CREAM     
  

OTHER SUPPLIES

BACK PACKS
TRASH BAGS - 13 & 33 GALLON 

BEDDING

SHEET SETS (All Sizes Except King)
MATTRESS COVERS
VINYL MATTRESS COVERS  

SERVING THE GREATER CADILLAC AREA SINCE 1992


New Hope Shelter was established as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in 1992 and opened the men's shelter on May 1st of that year. Three family shelters (single family dwellings) were added over the following years, and on May 13th, 2013 the women's shelter opened its doors to single women and women with children. 

We are one of only two organizations in all of northern Michigan, including the Upper Peninsula, that is able to keep families together while they are in a shelter. Our five shelters provide a total of 38 beds. In the fiscal year 2017-2018 we provided 6,712 bed nights (one bed night = a bed to sleep in, 2 meals, a hot shower, and clean clothes).  

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

FINANCIAL

Donations may be made to support our daily operations. We now offer a way for you to give online.

DONATION OF GOODS

We could always use donations. Items you can donate include:
Food & Household Supplies
Toiletries for Men & Women
Baby Supplies
Bedding (all sizes except king), towels
Dishes, Pots & Pans, Silverware
Furniture, Microwaves      

VOLUNTEER

Volunteer time is always appeciated. Donating your time can include:
Inside painting and cleaning
Yard Work: raking and landscaping
Picking up and delivering donations
Maintenance and repairs: plumbing, electrical, carpentry, etc.    

SHARE OUR STORY

Tell our story to neighbors and friends. Tell your church congregation about the help we are providing for the community. Be a voice for others to learn about the good we are doing in the community.   

About Us 

New Hope Shelter was established in 1992 though a collaboration of the Cadillac Area Ministers Assocation and Mercy Hospital. Within a few years, New Hope grew from serving only homeless men to providing for families in need  through our three family shelters. By a miracle of God's grace, we opened our new women's shelter on May 13, 2013. These shelters provide the men, women, and families a safe place to improve their circumstances, enabling them to move on to support themselves and their families and live independently again. 


" New Hope Shelter helped me start a new life. It did exactly what its name implies. It gave me new hope for the future. Two weeks after coming to the shelterI found a permanent, full-time job. All the staff and voluneeters with friendly and helpful by being there with their concern and caring for a total stranger. I hate to think of what might have happened to my family without the help of the New Hope Shelter. Because of their willingness to help my family and I are together, have an income, and are putting our life back together."

- Former New Hope Client