The HOPE Center collects, receives and distributes food and other non-food essential items to charitable agencies that assist people in need in Harford and Cecil Counties. These beneficiaries include local senior living communities, food pantries, residential recovery programs and churches.
The mission of The HOPE Center of Maryland is to bring Hope to those in need within our community. Through collaborative efforts, we are collecting food and other essential staples and distributing these products to our network of community beneficiaries. Our efforts are providing these churches/programs/agencies the resources they need to optimally support the people they serve.
This Month at The Hope Center...
Our Monthly Wishlist
We can do the shopping for YOU!
In lieu of monetary or actual food contributions, gift card donations from local retailers such as Aldi, ShopRite, Target or Walmart are welcome! You may drop off at our administrative office at 2843 Churchville Road, Churchville, MD 21028 or mail your gift card to this address.
From January 2020 through August 31st, 2021 the HOPE Center of Maryland received 158,263 pounds of food and non-food necessities. These items are delivered weekly to the many community programs and churches the HOPE Center of Maryland supports!
The HOPE Center of Maryland is grateful for its many donors and we would like to spotlight the Evans family who has been generously contributing to the Center since December 2020. Glen, Karen and their adult children decided that in lieu of exchanging gifts that Christmas, they wanted to help people in the community and choose to do a grocery bag project to benefit the HOPE Center. They named their project "Gloria's Groceries" in honor of Glen's mother... (Read more...)
Glen & Karen Evans
Friends of the Hope Center
The Friends of The HOPE Center of Maryland are devoted volunteers who have come together on behalf of The HOPE Center. These “good neighbors” provide charity works to local non-profit organizations, schools, churches, and individuals in Harford County. These works involve assistance with “collection drives” for needed items, special projects, or giving a helping hand wherever there is a need. "Our Friends" are caring community stakeholders with big hearts.
We are so grateful for our Food Donors. Together we work to get food and other necessities to families and individuals in need.
Community Collection Drive
Saturday, September 25, 2021
Find a new home for your unwanted things and do your part to help save resources for the next generation.
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