The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) supports HOPE in a number of ways. We are so thankful for their continued support and for hosting a food drive to benefit our Food Pantry. The Food Pantry is open 4 days a week and hundreds of households visit each week. It is with the support of the community, like that of SCSO, that we are able to prevent homelessness in Seminole County.
HOPE’s greatest need in addition to items listed below is funding to be able to support our mission in keeping families in their homes. Your donation or pledge, no matter the amount, will help prevent hunger and homelessness for our homebound clients, individuals and families with children in need. Your donation or pledge will help […]
Did you know? HOPE is always thankful for the various donations we receive, however, there are some food items we are unable to accept. One example is food items or packages that have been opened. While most shelf-stable food items are still good a little bit past the expiration date, HOPE prefers to not accept […]
Sami Vincent, a senior at Hagerty High School, began volunteering with HOPE just three months ago, first at The HOPE Chest, then helping at the food pantry as well. Having spent time at the food pantry, Sami wanted to make a greater impact and decided to host a food drive. After several meetings with administrators, she joined her […]