Center of Hope relies heavily on community involvement. Many Parker County schools, businesses, associations and other groups have taken action to end poverty in our community.

Here is how you can be a Business of Hope.

Becoming a Business of Hope: What You Do

Regular financial commitment with an annual gift of $1,200 or in-kind donations of relative goods or services

Shared community involvement through Center of Hope events and programs such as: Education & Career Development, Family Empowerment, serving in the kitchen and/or pantry, food drives, etc.


Benefits of Being a Business of Hope: What You Receive

Positively engage your employees in active service through the Center of Hope's local ministry

Stregthen community cohesiveness

Recognition of your business in newsletter publications

Link to your business through our electronic communication

Recognition of your business through signage in Center of Hope's dining room viewed by area church and civic volunteers

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