People always assume that when ministries ask for help they need something so huge that they won't be able to help. I know I am constantly listing different items we need & I try very hard to not ask for monetary donations very often because I know it gets overwhelming.

I know there are so many wonderful organizations that need you but we hope that you will consider supporting what we do. We do not take any government grants. We solely depend on people just like you to keep our doors open. On a regular month it costs well over $20,000 to keep Warehouse of Hope open. It astounds me when I look at the list of our regular monthly donors that we are even able to keep our doors open.

Last month we only had 24 individuals/churches donate to us. The amount donated between these 24 was no where near $20,000. I believe the only reason we are still here is because of God and His grace.

I need some people to commit. Some people that care enough about the families in their community to be willing to give a small amount every single month. I would like to see if by the end of October I could get 100 people to commit to donating $10.00 every month to our organization. It would lift such a burden if we could just get a few more people interested in helping us help the community. Would you be willing to do that? Just $10 a month? Please pray and consider how many lives you'd touch just by helping us serve the needy. Thanks and God bless!

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Thank You!

We have been surrounded with love from our churches!


Destination Church from Waycross, Ga took a mission trip to Warehouse of Hope. They worked & served all day Thursday & Friday. They also brought with them 1500lbs of peanut butter to donate! They were truly the hands & feet of God. They loved on each & every individual person who came through our front doors, they sorted & cleaned pallets of donated items, they even spent the night on the floor and were up at 4 and 5am mopping & cleaning. They completely overwhelmed me with their kindness.


Ebenezer Baptist Church have a continual peanut butter drive going at their church. They have been able to donate hundreds of jars of peanut butter, men's clothes that we are in such need of, & even new socks for our children's new sock & underwear program!


Cochran Ridge Church ran a penny drive for us and raised over $60 for us! They also brought us a huge donation of peanut butter, mac & cheese, & a full bag of new kid's socks!

Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Hiram have completely blown me away! Many of you knew that we were desperate for a working bathroom in our Warehouse. We were told the only solutions were to either buy more land, to lay more pipeline. or build a new bathroom closer to the septic tank. So we begged & pleaded with the community to help us raise funds so we could do the cheaper of the two options: build a new bathroom. Few people heard our cry. But a week ago we got a call from a very sweet lady named Amanda from Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Hiram. After a very short conversation with her she said she wanted to help us & would see what she could do. Now we have a group of men, here this morning, BUILDING US A NEW BATHROOM!! You can't tell me that God doesn't take care of the people who love him. I feel so incredibly blessed that God is using this church & this wonderful group of people to take care of our need. THANK YOU