So what better time to recognize the hundreds of volunteers who make our work possible? Even with limits imposed by the pandemic, volunteers have been the backbone of our programs at the Food Cupboard, Hope Gardens, Hope Forest, and the Interfaith Hospitality Network this past year.
No time to volunteer? Show your support for families who need food and shelter by buying one (or more!) golf balls for our Drone Golf Ball Drop.
If you’d like to give some of your time to the Food Cupboard, we’d love to hear from you! Come weekly or just for a “one-off.”
Here’s a great way to support our Food Cupboard and housing programs: Join us on the course for our 24th annual outing!
And we’re providing more than food—we’re decreasing stigma and inspiring hope.
Nearly 1.5 million homeless students were identified by the U.S. Department of Education (DoE) in the most recent school year — with an increasing number living on their own.
We’ve got some great news — we’re back out on the course this spring for our 24th annual outing!
We want to say a heartfelt thank you to all the congregations that partner with us to provide emergency shelter — especially to those who have volunteered to house our families during the COVID crisis: Ambler Church of the Brethren, First Presbyterian Church of Ambler, Grace Baptist Church of Blue Bell, and Jarrettown United Methodist Church.