HOPE is grateful to Mountaire Farms and The Bridge radio for the generous donations of chicken and canned goods to provide our clients with nutritious lunches every Tuesday and Thursday at Wicomico Presbyterian Church. Thank you.
HOPE is extremely grateful to the Hanes Sock Drive for donating the following items for our clients' use: 400 tshirts 400 pairs of underwear 300 hoodies 1000 pairs of socks 2500 masks
HOPE is extremely grateful to the Lower Shore Vulnerable Population Task Force for donating 200 rapid Covid tests for our clients. In these uncertain times, peace of mind is a wonderful gift.
We at HOPE would like to thank each of you who donated so generously to our mission on Giving Tuesday. We will continue to use your support to improve the health and well being of each of our clients. One phone is not enough!
Our thanks to WBOC Delmarva Life for letting everyone know some of what we do at HOPE. https://youtu.be/5Mr7ewxlUN0
Today Vicente Hernandez, owner of Olde Towne Deli stopped by the office with donations from the Salisbury Downtown community. Last week the deli offered a free lunch to anyone who made a donation of new items for the homeless. The box is full of blankets, hoodies, hats, gloves and other items for warmth for our… Continue reading Help from Our Friends
Dr. James Cockey presenting a check to HOPE,Inc. From St Alban's Episcopal Church from their fall fundraiser... in the amount of $2,500! Thank You for all of the support!
Last Friday at the Coastal Realtors Association we were awarded $1,000 from their organization dedicated to purchasing birth certificates for our clients. H.O.P.E., Inc. helps people obtain the tools needed to find employment, health care, and housing.