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Find out how you or your group can offer your time, talents, and financial support to HOPE For All.
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Do you have a few hours each week or one Saturday morning a month to help?

Hope For All counts on volunteers to meet its mission and the needs in the community. We welcome your time and talents to help us in a variety of ways.

  • Pickup and Delivery Volunteer

    • Assist in the pickup and delivery of furniture, household, linens and clothing to clients.

    • ​​Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Saturday from 8:30 am to noon.

    • Must be able to lift 50 lbs.

    • Transportation is provided from warehouse.

    • Please call 410-766-0372 to schedule your time.​

 

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  • Clothing, Linens, Household or Baby Items Volunteer

    • Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday 9:30 am to 3:00 pm.

    • Requires a commitment of at least two hours per week.

    • Please call 410-766-0372 to schedule your training.

    • Sort, size and restock shelves.

"It's very rewarding to me to feel like I'm making a difference for the people of Anne Arundel County who are less fortunate or down on their luck."

Wanda Hartley,

Yard Sale Volunteer

 

  • Yard Sale Volunteer

    • Sort, price, and organize yard sale merchandise.

    • Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday 9:30 am to 3:00 pm.

    • May also assist customers at our monthly yard sales.

    • Requires a commitment of at least two hours per week.

    • Please call 410-766-0372 to schedule your training.

 

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  • Intake Team

    • Meet with clients in their home and fill out necessary paperwork.

    • Must be comfortable in sharing your faith and praying with others.

    • Volunteers work in teams of two.

    • Must provide your own transportation.

    • Flexible schedule but requires a commitment of at least two hours per week.

    • Please call 410-766-0372 to apply for a position.

Volunteer

 

Schools

When your school participates in our HOPE For Kids project, everybody wins.

This kids-helping-kids initiative offers students a variety of ways to serve their community by making donations to HOPE For All. Not only will their contributions benefit local children in need, but the experience of giving through their school fosters team-building, a shared sense of achievement, and compassion for others.

Here are some of our most popular HOPE For Kids projects:

School Collections  (Personal care items, cleaning supplies, new socks or underwear)

 

Ideas for implementation:

  1. Check out our Collection Drive Donation List

  2. Show our 5-minute video and set up a project time frame.

  3. Assign products to specific grades.

  4. Have a friendly competition and reward the class with the most collected.

  5. Arrange for the HOPE van to pick up the donations.

Financial Donations

 

Ideas for Implementation:

  • Show our 5-minute video and set up a project time frame.

  • Hold a Penny Wars.

  • Charge a fee for an out-of-uniform day.

  • Plan an event--bingo, quarter auction, etc--and donate the proceeds. 

Contact us when you are ready to plan your project, and we'll help you in whatever way we can!

"I love the organizations's message--love in action."

                     Brooke Powell

                     High School Student

 

Churches

"Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me."  

(Matthew 25:40)

Supporting HOPE

  • Your financial donations can directly fund A Bed to Call My Own, our initiative that gets kids and adults who are sleeping on the floor into a new and healthy bed. Last year, we gave away 450 beds. Just $120 buys a twin mattress, boxspring, and frame. A weekend poor box collection or special offering are some of the ways that your church can donate to this Supporting HOPE project.

HOPE For All helps churches remain faithful to God's calling by offering outreach and support opportunities to those struggling in our community.

We welcome your prayerful consideration to participate in one of our projects:

Delivering HOPE

Join with us as we pick up donations and deliver furniture directly to our clients. Experience firsthand meeting and serving our adult clients and seeing the excitement of the children as we turn a house into a home. Delivering HOPE is the perfect opportunity for an outreach ministry of your church. Lifting required.

Number of Volunteers: 5    

When: The 1st, 3rd or 4th Saturday of the month

Time:  8:30 am to noon.

  •  Sponsor a collection of new socks and new underwear for our HOPE clients. Any time of the year   is the right time for giving.

Find out how to become a church partner with HOPE For All.

"Words can't express how grateful I am. I am a single mother with 5 children. I work hard every day and try to stay positive. I felt bad that my children had no beds. Then HOPE For All gave me hope..."                                                                                        Gloria

 

Earn service hours and meet youth award requirements at HOPE For All.

Youth

There are lots of ways for students and student groups to make a difference at HOPE For All. 

High School Service Hours

Earn service hours performing pick-ups of donated furniture and then delivering it to our clients. Hours can be earned from 8:30 am-12:00 pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

Opportunities are also available to work in our warehouse on Tuesdays-Thursdays between the hours of 9:30 am and 3 pm.

                                                     For more information, contact us at info@hopeforall.us  

 

Individual or Group projects

If you or your youth group or scout troop is looking for a way to provide service, here are some ideas to benefit HOPE For All:

  • Sponsor a collections of personal care products, cleaning supplies, new socks, or new underwear.

  • Hold an event--a bingo, bake sale, car wash--and donate the proceeds to HOPE For All. Use your imagination and have fun while at the same time benefiting your community!

"I've been more aware of how much people need help in getting by on a regular basis."

         Carla Vega-Diaz

         High School Student