Hope4One ministries was founded by a group of adoptive/ foster parents, local to Cleveland, TN. The heart of Hope4One is to be the body of Christ to vulnerable children and adoptive and foster families in our local community. Through our team members, board, volunteers, and local churches, we will work to educate, fundraise, and support families who are called to adopt or foster. Ultimately, we want vulnerable children and the families caring for them to know and understand the gospel.
We serve families through our closet, wrap around ministry, adoption grants, community events, and support services.
One of our biggest goals is to create community. We host several small events throughout the year to bring families together so that they feel the support of those who are walking similar journeys.
We host trainings throughout the year to educate parents and their support systems to better care for children with trauma.
Through trainings, support, encouragement, and events we hope to better equip families, churches, schools, and the community to carry out the call in the word to care for the fatherless.
meet our team
Chad & Lauren Haun,
Lauren Haun, Executive Director and Co-Founder
Lauren and her husband, Chad, have been married for 18 years and have 7 children: 3 boys and 4 girls. Three are biological and four are adopted. Chad and Lauren were both born and raised in the Cleveland area. They love to travel and go on new adventures together as family!
Meagan Fulbright, Assistant Director
Meagan and her husband, Thomas, met 8 years ago in their church's choir ministry and were married 8 months later. They have 3 biological children and one new addition through the miracle of adoption. Meagan loves a good date with her hubby to try out new restaurants with yummy foods!
Julia Morrison, Family Resource Coordinator
Julia is married to Josh Morrison and the two share 6 wonderful children! They have 4 biological sons and two daughters through the miracle of adoption. Julia coordinates our WRAP services and is passionate about supporting families who have answered the call to foster.
Susan Durand, Administrative Director
Susan is a wife, mother, and grandmother with a heart bent on meeting the needs of others, As our facilities evolve, so does Susan's role. Not only is she in charge of volunteer coordination, intake forms, and keeping in touch with our families; Susan will also have the task of booking events in our new building's Gathering Place.
Michelle Crowe, Hope Closet Coordinator
Michelle is a wife, mom of three, and mother-in-law of one. As our Hope Closet Coordinator, she enjoys providing the necessary clothing, equipment, and other basic needs for the selfless people she has the pleasure of meeting in the Cleveland and surrounding areas who love on foster and adoptive children. Michelle assists in volunteer coordination and helps keep Hope Closet running smoothly.