A faith-based volunteer group of second responder's, who bring hope to people in need.

Hope's on the Way!

We are a group of people conscious of our gifts, who are willing to give or share our talents, time, and treasure with those in need. The efforts of Hope's on the Way has many dimensions, from second responders who have assisted in the rebuilding process in Louisiana and Alabama, to serving the needs locally within our own community.

About us

Joseph Winblad

Deacon, a retired educator, Chairman of Hope's on the Way. More...

Sal Lema

Click here to listen to Deacon Sal Lema's interview on Relevent Radio.

Latest News...

Proposed Missions for 2016:
Local requests for HOTW help:

Flint Michigan Spring Project 2016: is a successful effort that has provided four truck loads of 6,048 cases of 24x16oz.bottles per case of water to Catholic Charities in Flint Michigan. HOTW's board members wish to thank the many donors for their free will donations that provided bottle water which Catholic Charities, Flint stated was the greatest need. Thank you all who helped. Thank you!

2016 Week long Mission trip to Dallas-Garland area to build Sheds for 600 tornado damaged homes. POSTPONED PENDING A DEFINITE LOCAL REQUEST FOR HELP.

2017 Week long Mission Trip to Lafayette, LA area, HOTW will be planning for a Late February or early March Mission trip depending upon people requesting help in rebuild of their homes. Volunteers needed, watch for updated information.

Sal Lema's Send Off Party
Many Hope's on the Way friends gathered to toast Sal and Beth farewell and wish a safe journey to distant Phoenix. Sal and Beth are looking forward to their new life style beginning in September in the Valley of the Sun. Pictured below, the well wishers remembered events and shared memorable moments of various mission trips.

Letter from Cardinal George:

To "Hope's on the Way"

"Father Mark Kalema, the pastor of Our Lady of Peace Parish, wrote to tell me of the efficient and dedicated work you have been doing to repair, restore and beautify the parish buildings and grounds."

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