Take our See the Hope Tour


People experiencing homelessness are our neighbors.
 There’s no better way to understand what our community faces than seeing it for yourself. Take a See the Hope Tour, so you can see firsthand how homelessness is effecting our community and see what we are doing and how you can help to solve the problem.

See the Hope tours are offered generally each week on Wednesday (4pm – 5pm) and Thursday (11am – Noon). While the tours are virtual through Zoom, we limit attendance to a maximum of ten guests so that the tour can be as personal as possible and everyone will have opportunity to ask questions.

We also welcome groups to join us for a tour (again with a maximum of ten). Group tours can be scheduled at one of the above times or at a different time that will better accommodate the group. Bring members of your civic or community group, faith community or business on a tour.

Feel free to give us a call at 828-785-9840 if you have any questions.

Tours will resume in a new, digital format in mid-August!

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A monthly gift allows you to spread the financial impact of your giving across the entire year, lessening a one-time drain on your resources. Also, recurring gifts help Homeward Bound as we can more accurately predict income in advance, which helps with longer range budgeting and decision-making.

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Volunteers help us end homelessness 

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Come volunteer with us! We offer service experiences for individuals, faith communities, businesses, and schools and youth groups. Volunteers help us end homelessness in our region by helping provide much-needed services to people transitioning into a home.

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Your clean and gently used household items can help others experience the comforts of home. Your donations go directly to women, men, and children moving in to new homes or are used at our Day Center. Donation receipts are available upon request.

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News & Updates

Homeward Bound’s Call for Change

Homeward Bound’s Call for Change

Nationally, African Americans accounted for 40 percent of all people experiencing homelessness in 2019 despite being 13% of the population. This is just one of the many symptoms of institutional racism and economic and racial inequity. We believe in the absolute value...

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Asheville-Buncombe 2020 Point-in-Time count completed

Asheville-Buncombe 2020 Point-in-Time count completed

As part of the nationwide 2020 Point-in-Time (PIT) count, the Asheville-Buncombe County Homeless Initiative has completed its report of the community’s one-night count of individuals and families experiencing homelessness. The final report was submitted to the U.S....

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