FRUITA, Colo. HOPE of the Grand Valley is in need of a location as well as money to make its newest vision a reality.
The non-profit was looking at purchasing the Stonehaven House in Fruita as a place for families in need to go when they don't qualify for government assistance, but could use help getting back up on their feet.
However, HOPE of the Grand Valley didn't have enough money for Stonehaven House by May 1, so it has been put back up on the market.
The organization is continuing to look for property while also fundraising to get the program started as soon as possible.
"I would of course like to have it tomorrow or today," said Vicki McGee, HOPE of the Grand Valley founder. "I get calls every week from families just like what we're trying to help."
The non-profit needs $400 thousand for the project, but it only has $20 thousand right now.
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