The Ministry of Hope believes in the inherent worth, dignity and equality of all people. We recognize that the right to self-directed and meaningful life is fundamental, recognizing the right to live free from persecution, torture, intolerance or cruel deprivation of physical liberty.
We believe that basic needs must be met such as hunger, safety and shelter in order for individuals to be able to reach self-actualization, and that every individual should have access to the resources they need to be able to have all of these needs met.
All people have psychological needs such as connection and family as well as community and friendship to live a self-directed life with meaning. We strive to make all resources available equitably so everyone can meet their basic needs in order to live a dignified life.