Hope at Miracle House

A nonprofit organization

We operate solely on generous donations and benevolence grants. We count you among our "angels" and many are blessed by the kind hearts of you who care so much.


I had the pleasure of meeting the wonderful people who are involved in the Hope @ Miracle House 3 years ago due to me losing my house to a fire two weeks before Christmas. My daughter, who was 6 years old at the time, and I had nothing but the clothes on our backs. We were lucky to find out that there was an opening available at the Hope @ Miracle House. There were volunteers who would come spend the night with us. I didn't feel like they were strangers - they were all very friendly and helpful. There was one who helped me reach my goals while I was there. She provided me with information of any concerns I had. We worked on some short term goals. Then there was a gentleman who was very nice to us. He treated my daughters like his own. I have no way of showing them how much I really appreciate all they did for us. We stayed there about three months. We had no idea how great our community is until this happened to us. We have found wonderful friends who have become like family to us. I am so grateful to every single person who has anything to do with this homeless shelter. I don't know where we would have been without all of their caring and loving support. P.G.


Hope @ Miracle House is a faith-based community organization that compassionately seeks to address the needs of homeless families through safe shelter, food, and supportive services.

Background Statement

We are a faith based coalition with the goal of assisting families and individuals that are homeless in South Weld County. An existing hotel voucher system, implemented by the cooperation of a local church alliance was previously invaluable in this area. Unfortunately due to growth in our community and a local oil boom, this program has been unable to serve the community effectively. Hotel rooms are booked for months, leaving many to face the nights in their cars or other makeshift accommodations.

In 2013 a group of individuals from several churches in Fort Lupton gathered together to investigate the possibility of providing a cold weather shelter for families with children. We opened our doors for the first time in October 2014 and have served families from October through March each year since then. Initially the service was only between the hours of 7:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. but during our last season we began 24/7 service.

Organization Data


Organization name

Hope at Miracle House

Year Established


Tax id (EIN)



Housing & Shelter

Organization Size

Small Organization


236 Park Avenue
Fort Lupton, CO 80621


PO BOX 762

Service areas

Weld County, CO, US



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