Do you have a passion for serving the homeless and less fortunate? Are you looking for a way to reach those in need in RVA? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us reach those that are living in poverty. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. We're excited to have you join the team!
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, sharing our mission with others, or keeping us in your prayers...thank you! We couldn't reach those in need without the help of supporters like you. #MomentsOfHopeOutreach
We wish to thank Hanover County and the United Way of Greater Richmond and Petersburg for granting us $17,000 through the CARES Act! These funds will be used to provide canned goods through our Mo Hope Pantry serving Hanover residents through the end of 2020! Thank you!
After 350 days of homelessness, Susan finally moved into her new apartment Friday! She's had to endure or overcome a great deal in that time, including frozen social security funds that led to her eviction and took several months to thaw with the help of Congressman Wittman's staff...renewing immigration papers...DMV COVID-19 closure before she could renew her photo ID required for getting an apartment...her second battle with cancer...a hole in her heart
Our friends at Compass Christian Church set a goal of raising $10,000 in the month of March for the Mo Hope Village. Praise God for helping them raise $13,876! Thank you Compass!
We wish to send a huge "Thank you!" to our friends at Bank of America for the numerous ways they support Mo Hope! Volunteers from Bank of America frequently serve at our Saturday Servings. They create plarn mats, host canned food drives, and stuff toiletry bags at work. They contribute funds that Bank of America matches. And yesterday, Bank of America Charitable Foundation approved our grant request to help purchase canned goods for our Saturday Servings Mobile Pantry by sending us $10,000! THANK YOU!
Allow me to share the most exciting news since we found land and put a contract on it…the Elders at Fairmount Christian Church presented me with a check last week for $41,603 toward the purchase of the property on which we plan to build our Mo Hope Village! These funds were a full tithe of the funds they raised through their end of year giving campaign. Praise God!
But they didn't stop there...
We wish to thank the Dover Baptist Association and their member churches for their incredibly generous gift of $30,000 to help us purchase the land on which we will build our Mo Hope Village! This gift brings our funds received for this purchase to $85,581 so far, with commitments of an additional $50,000. Thank you Father God for your provision!
Your tax-deductible donations help us give Hope to our struggling neighbors.
It will help us pay for tents, sleeping bags, canned goods, emergency shelter & dignity stays in motel rooms, and so much more.