AFFECTING CHANGE & EMPOWERING OUR COMMUNITY
How Village of Hope Helps ...
A goal of Village of Hope is to work colaboratly with other non profits in the Lawrenceville area to place qualified clients into afordable transitional housing programs in hopes that one day they may transition to self-sufficiency and permanent housing of their very own.
Village of Hope assembles and delivers food boxes to the homeless on a weekly basis
Village of Hope actively participates with Lawrenceville and Jenkins Elementary Schools to provide food and assistance with the Bags of Hope Program in which each homeless child at these schools receives a bag of food every Friday that provides them food for the weekend.
Currently our biggest event of the year. Village of Hope works with a variety of businesses, churches and other non-profit organizations to provide Christmas for homeless and needy children from Lawrenceville and Jenkins Elementary schools, Moore Middle School and the homeless community in Lawrenceville.
We Meet Those in Need where they are...
Village of Hope is unique in that we meet the homeless on their turf. Wherever they are currently living in Lawrenceville is where we go. We have found this to be extremely meaningful to those that we serve.
Developing Personal Relationships
Building self esteem, providing job assistance, planning for the future, interacting with those who really care, empowering others. This is Village of Hope! Our assistance is available to anyone who is willing to do what it takes to become self-sufficient regardless of race, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation or circumstance.
Each summer Village of Hope teams up with Lawrenceville First United Methodist Church to provide a sack lunch to the homeless and needy children in Lawrenceville. Approximately 1275 lunches are made weekly and delivered Monday–Friday all summer long!
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