Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope
Assisting women veterans

A proposed, communal home for in-need or homeless female veterans and their children.

The Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope will be a home for in-need, homeless, or in-transition female veterans. Our mission is to assist women veterans achieve self-sufficiency in a safe, home-like atmosphere. more about the home

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Volunteers needed now! Please come and help with the renovations of the home.
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The Betsy Ann Ross House of Hope opening date planned for early in 2017. The Augusta home can house 7 female veterans and 7 children.
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Factors contributing to female veteran homelessness:

  • Unemployment
  • Ineligibility for or lack of Veteran’s benefits
  • Legal Trouble
  • Military Sexual Trauma
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Disabilities
  • Divorce/Separation
  • Domestic Violence
  • Lack of family or social support network
  • Substance Abuse

We give thanks to the following sponsors and donors!

sponsorSponsor: Kennebec Savings Bank sponsorSponsor: Darling's, Augusta donorSponsor: Darling's, Augusta

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  • Maine Veterans' Homes
  • Always Wonderful Memories Photography Take II Northport
  • Boynton's Market Hallowell
  • Cafe de Bangkok Hallowell
  • Comfort Inn Augusta
  • Congressman Poliquin Washington, D.C.
  • Scrummy Afters Novelty Candy Shoppe Hallowell
  • Elizabeth Alexander Portland
  • Gary's Antiques Augusta
  • Home Depot Augusta
  • Joyce's Restaurant Hallowell
  • Karma Hair Salon Farmingdale
  • The Lighthouse Wine & Seafood Market Manchester
  • Lowe's Augusta
  • Lucky Garden Hallowell
  • S & D Properties Augusta
  • Musicians Choice Augusta
  • Philip St.Pierre Winthrop
  • Robin's Cheescakes Winthrop
  • Sebago Brewing Co. Portland
  • Zardus Spa Gardiner

Contact us to learn about sponsorship opportunities for your business.