Hope Center: A Time to Help Project in March

Mar 10, 2015 | News | 0 comments

March 21, 2015, 9:30 – 11:30 am


Hope Center is part of WWCC (Warren Woods Community Connections), a faith-based, non profit organization which connects those in need with resources and services.  To alleviate the hunger crisis in the community, Hope Center offers individuals and families accessibility to their no-cost food pantry.  Additionally, their facility provides social services such as on-site chaplain services, housing and utility assistance, health insurance counseling, and free legal services.

Project scope: Major tasks will focus on repackaging bulk food items into smaller units.  Typically food donations are down after the holidays.  If possible, bring non-perishables such as peanut butter, breakfast bars, cereal, or canned fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, etc. to stock the food pantry.  To help with light housekeeping, bring your own work gloves and/or cleaning supplies..

Location: Hope Center  |  33222 Groesbeck Highway |  Fraser, MI  48026 | Map

Questions:  time.to.help.email@gmail.com or (313) 309-5800

Parking: Parking lot — rear of building

Sign up: www.atimetohelp.org


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