Author: Cat Sullivan

Opening new doors: Housing assistance provides shelter and hope

Housing assistance is one example of how Nourishing Hope has evolved to become more than a food pantry in recent years. We’ve also ramped up mental wellness counseling and other forms of support to address the complex and often interwoven challenges that people experience. Hear more from our full-time housing case managers and a neighbor who now has a place to call home.

Hope for the holidays: Nourishing Hope’s annual toy drive returns

Thanks to Nourishing Hope’s tireless volunteers, our distributions are serving more than three times more families with children compared to pre-pandemic times. Families who visited the Pantry before the holidays could receive a full month’s supply of groceries and also holiday gifts for their children. The festive toy room was well-stocked with board games, dolls, crafts, books and more — all brand new toys donated by kind supporters.