To provide essential services to the underserved communities of New Rochelle and Westchester County.
HOW WE MAKE AN IMPACT
HOPE Community Services was founded in 1984 to address the problem of hunger that exists in our area. HOPE provides support that promotes the value of dignity and self-sufficiency. Our expanded programming revolves around Emergency Food Services, Community Engagement, Kids, and Housing. Our programs depend heavily on the efforts of our volunteers who make a difference in the lives of those living in poverty. HOPE exists to develop the betterment of our community. Our mission is about providing dignity in self-sufficiency. HOPE is not just a Soup Kitchen. We are a vibrant and growing community.
Your generosity at every amount is put to work to help lift up people in our community. You can change the trajectory of their lives by making a gift to be used where we need it most or dedicate it to one of our program areas. We love discussing meaningful opportunities to maximize your philanthropic impact.
We love volunteers at HOPE! We ask that you go to our website to explore opportunities. Volunteers are the life blood of HOPE Community Services. Volunteer opportunities are available in our soup kitchen, food pantry, afterschool program, Sunday breakfast, and special events.
Lynette Goldberg, Board President
Ali Greene, Vice President
Edward S. Dorian, Treasurer
Jim Henry, Recording Secretary
Carole Balik, Dr. Amarilys Cortijo, Bro. J. Kevin Devlin, John T. Farris Jr., Ryan Kahn, David Kies, Brian Koh, Dorothy Meehan, Augusta Melendez, Rabbi David Schuck, Frances Shahar, Shirin Stein, Amanda Timchak
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