Heartland Hope Mission Provides Week’s Supply of Groceries to Working Poor
Heartland Hope Mission (HeartlandHopeMission.org) is able to provide the working poor in our community with a week’s worth of groceries. By connecting people and families with services that help them get back on their feet, Heartland Hope Mission provides hope for the future, and volunteers make it all possible. Heartland Hope Mission encourages people to volunteer as an individual or as a group. Ages 12+ are welcome to volunteer; ages 12–15 must be accompanied by a parent or group leader.
As a volunteer at Heartland Hope Mission, you will help working poor families choose food, clothing, and hygiene items. Join the Mission’s community of over 7,000 passionate people making a difference, and bring hope to people in desperate situations. The South Omaha Pantry is located at 2021 U St.; the Millard Pantry is at 5321 S. 139th Plz. For pantry hours and to learn more about volunteering, visit HeartlandHopeMission.org. Call (402) 733-1904 for more information.