Milton Moorer, Civil Engineer and Consultant for the pantry expansion to Building 2, came to HOPE at just the right time. He brought his years of experience and expertise to a complex situation and which made the land purchase and the renovation of the building possible.
It takes all of us using our individual gifts to make a difference.
Unfortunately, our Kitchen of HOPE is temporarily closed until further notice.
The Good News! With much help by many in our community HOPE is on the road to renovating the building next to the pantry which we hope to be the future home of Jo's Diner along with other healthy programs!
My name is Doris. I am a HOPE volunteer for the past 7 years. I like working with folks who enjoy helping neighbors.
HOPE may be open just a few days a week but there is work to do there almost every day. I volunteer at HOPE restocking, and organizing. It is hard work but there is joy in it.
I have been blessed in many ways. Nacogdoches HOPE has been one of those ways. I can give back to my community and have fun working with some really nice people. We are like family.
What are you bringing
to the table?
We are always looking for volunteers who are willing to serve Nacogdoches residents in need.
Donate or volunteer today!