Hands of Hope volunteers were pleased to attend the annual Ministry Fair at St. Vincent de Paul Church in Dingmans Ferry on June 30, 2019.
In addition to meeting some friendly faces, we were treated to some delicious snacks and great coffee. Hope Line Coordinator Jim Pierce began the morning shift, followed by Hope Line Volunteers Karen Rice & Lauren Bianco for the afternoon turn.
A number of the church’s ministries were represented, with information for new volunteers looking for something they can do to give back to their parish and the community.
Pike County Hands of Hope was started by a group of concerned people at St. Vincent de Paul who saw the need for a ministry for the homeless and near homeless of Pike County PA. PCHOH is non denominational and is dedicated to providing help and hope to all Pike County residents, regardless of religious affiliation, gender, race, nationality, or sexual identification / orientation. More about PCHOH here.
We are in need of volunteers to help with our Hope Line. You can do it from the comfort of your own home (or wherever you want, as long as you have phone service). Not only will we will train you, but we will provide you with the support and resources you will need to make a huge impact in the lives of Pike County residents in need of help & hope.
Learn more about volunteering at Pike County Hands of Hope here.
Not able to volunteer? Would you consider a gift to Pike County Hands of Hope? We are a 501c3 organization and a United Way Agency. Even a small gift will make a BIG difference to someone.
We rely 100% on donations, and are a 100% volunteer organization. We do not have any employees or a building; we keep our overhead costs as low as possible so that more money can go directly to the people of Pike County who need it. You can make your tax deductible donation here.