Hope Mission succeeds not because of the partnerships that it has formed with the community; instead, their success is directly related to the partnerships that the community has formed with Hope Mission!
Individuals, large and small businesses, organizations and groups, churches and government all come together to partner with this organization and effect real change in the community, one person at at time.
Police officers regularly show up to serve at the soup kitchen; City Council members drops in to visit; Local businesses send entire crews of workers and donations; Many, many organizations and private groups hold fund-raisers and show up when help is needed.
And still others partner in ways that are vital, yet not as noticeable. For example the individuals and groups who assist with teaching skills like budgeting, or those that man the food drives, supply the night meals, act as mentors, provide transportation and much more.
- Night Meals for Shelter Guests
- Empty Bowls
- Food Drives
- Winter Coat Drive
- Meals on Wheels
- Inspirational Speakers
- Job Training
- Financial counseling (how to balance checking account, budgeting, etc.)
- HSE (formerly GED)
- Continuing Education
- Access to medical treatment