Haven for Hope

Registered Name
Haven for Hope of Bexar County
Tax ID


Haven for Hope is committed to providing our services to all those in need, including people with disabilities. Haven for Hope is a handicap accessible, disability friendly campus. Our goal is to provide a welcoming environment where clients with disabilities can reasonably access all of the services provided on our Transformational Campus and the Courtyard, as well as use our website. If you have any questions about the accommodations provided please contact the Intake Department in person or by calling 210-220-2357.

Source: Website


Annual Budget
September 2019
+1% Growth
Program Spending
Fundraising Spending
Management Spending


Partner Services


The partner services program provides buildings and grounds, security, maintenance, information systems and other common facility services to third-party partners located on the campus. The third-party partners, along with the organization, provide critical social services to help the homeless become self-sufficient individuals on a long-term basis. For fiscal year 2018, haven for hope had agreements with 69 on-campus partners, 88 community referral partners and 29 community support partners.

Member Services


The member services program provides centralized intake, case management, education and skill development, spiritual services, job and housing assistance for homeless individuals served on campus. Members receive services through the organization's transformational campus and prospects courtyard. The transformational campus (tc) provides transformational transition for adults and families with children experiencing homelessness. The organization began the fiscal year serving 880 members daily, of which 183 were children. At September 30, 2018, haven for hope was serving 880 members daily, of which 204 were children. The total number of persons served during the fiscal year ended September 30, 2018 was 2,914, of which 753 were children. The prospects courtyard (pcy) provides services to adults experiencing homelessness that meet their basic immediate needs including, but not limited to, overnight shelter, food and showers. During the fiscal year ended September 30, 2018 the pcy served an average of 560 persons by night and 680 by day for a total of 5,769 individuals.


Bill Greehey Board Chair
Barbara Benavides Gentry Vice Chair
Jacqueline Bush VP of Finance
Gary Chance VP of Transformational Services
Celeste A. Eggert VP of Development
Shanna Salazar Director of Courtyard Operations
Cathy Amato Director
Fully Clingman Director
Eric Fischer Director
Lavonne Garrison Director
Kirk Haggard Director
Howard Nolan Director
Ana Novoa Director
Alfred Valenzuela Director
Denny Ware Director
Rev Louis Zbinden Director
Scherly Sculley Director
Kenneth L. Wilson President/ceo
Source: IRS 990