About "Mo Hope"

Outreaches

Saturday Breakfast Servings

On Saturday mornings, we have volunteer groups preparing & serving a delicious free breakfast to our neighbors living in Hanover County and parts of Caroline County. Breakfast is hosted by St. Paul's Episcopal Church in their parish hall every Saturday from 8am-10:30am


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Saturday Afternoon Servings

At our weekly Saturday Servings events, local church groups and businesses prepare and serve a delicious meal to 250-300+ struggling neighbors; many of whom are homeless. Hosted in the Brookhill Azalea Shopping Center 

5300 Chamberlayne Rd.


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Camp Visits

During the week, we visit camps to provide tents, sleeping bags,  heaters, and other supplies, and check on the wellbeing of our friends  experiencing homelessness. 


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Mo Hope Pantry

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 161, Studley, VA 23162

Package Shipping Address: 11235 Williamsville Road, Hanover, VA 23069

Street Address: 13400 Hanover Courthouse Road, Hanover, VA 23069


Distributing fresh, frozen, canned and packaged foods, toiletries, laundry products and clothing to neighbors in need.


Accepting donations Monday, Thursday & Saturday 9am-12pm, and Tuesday & Wednesday 7pm-9pm


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Health, Social & Employment Services

We provide access to computers and the internet for creating resumes and searching for jobs, We assist guests applying for Medicaid, Medicare, SNAP, WIC, TANF and other vital  programs


This assistance is available by appointment at our Mo Hope Pantry and as a walkup service at our Help Desk during our weekly Saturday Servings events.

Mo Hope Village

Imagine a community where formerly chronically homeless neighbors feel safe, valued,  and respected. Where the common downward spiral of self esteem is  changing direction in response to  stable housing, supportive neighbors  with similar life experiences, and opportunities for those who can work to  earn a dignified wage through on-site micro-enterprises. A place where the  as live in "tiny houses" and RV campers replace tents, bridge overpasses, and woods, and become a place they can finally call Home.


Our plan is to create the Mo Hope Village...a place where the nightmares of homelessness finally end for many of those we serve in the Richmond area.


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How mo hope got started

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It all started when Bob met Lisa holding a cardboard sign asking for help, and God nudged him to help. Lisa and her boyfriend Dave had been living in a tent in the woods for three years! After Bob gave Lisa warm sock, hand warmers and a bottle of water that day, he visited her on that corner several times over the next few weeks. Soon, God brought more and more people enduring homelessness into Bob's path through Lisa.

Awards & Recognition

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Our Sponsors

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Downloads

Volunteer Release Form (pdf)

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501(c)(3) Nonprofit letter (pdf)

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Retail Sales and Use Tax Certificate of Exemption (jpg)

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990 EZ - 2018 (pdf)

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990-EZ - 2017 (pdf)

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990n e-Postcard Filed - 2016 (pdf)

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Certificate of Liability Insurance - Farm Bureau (pdf)

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Flowchart-of-HUDs-Definition-of-Chronic-Homelessness (pdf)

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2019 Budget (pdf)

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2018 Budget (pdf)

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2017 Budget (PDF)

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