Mission of Hope Dora was recently featured on AlabamaNewsCenter.com Alabama Bright Lights. Click here to read the full article.
The Mission of Hope is faithfully serving our community even if it may look a little different. Due to COVID-19 in efforts to keep everyone as safe as possible, we are having one food giveaway per month on the 4th Thursday of the month at 8am. This giveaway is "curbside pick up" only with clients remaining inside their cars at all times. Clothes closet and restrooms are closed during this time until further notice. All focus is on food distribution at this time.
We are thankful for our volunteers and partners!
Aerial View of Mission of Hope Food Giveaway
Protocol Driven Spacing and Minimal person to person contact
July 10, 2019 Behind the scene getting ready for Food Giveaway. Thankful for a team that works together. The Mission of Hope is blessed.
May 23,2019 at the Mission of Hope a group of Firemen, Youth, Miller APSO along with volunteer staff distributed food in record time. What a blessing to have all of these groups work together to serve the community.
Thank you to the community for rallying around the Mission of Hope. Folks are stepping up to make sure the Mission has what it needs to serve the community. From clothing, to food to small furniture items. Thank you Lord for providing through your people. Your thoughts, items but most of all your prayers keep us looking up and moving ahead.
THANK YOU Adamsville Walmart for donating 60,000 lbs of food to Feed America and Mission of Hope Dora.
We at the Mission of Hope are blessed with friends and volunteers who continually amaze us with their commitment to Christ, their generosity and the ways they demonstrate His love in giving back to their own community. A recent example of this is Christie Swan, who in the middle of her cancer fight, gave to the Mission of Hope.
Click here to read about Christie Swan and the Mission of Hope in the article written by Jennifer Cohron recently published in the Daily Mountain Eagle.