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Streams of Hope Family

What areas of your community are you passionate about?

We’ve got a place for you to serve.

Food Center

The Food Center provides supplemental food to hundreds of families each month. Do you have a smiling face and a willingness to keep our Food Center clean, well-stocked, and accessible? We want to meet you!

After School Program

How can you make a difference in the life of students in your neighborhood? Our after school programs are a safe place for middle school students to learn, grow, and just have fun. We’re always looking for mentors to lead games, facilitate activities, and act as a shoulder to lean on for our kids.

Community Garden

Do you have a green thumb? Do you like to work hard and enjoy being outdoors? Our community garden is always in need of extra love and care from a neighbor like you.

Homework Help & Tutoring

We all love to see students succeed – and sometimes the largest factor in their success is the help of a friend! If you have skills in tutoring and education at the middle and high school level, we’d love to meet you.

World Cup Readers Summer Camp

The opportunities to stay active and keep learning continue all summer long for Streams of Hope students! Serve with our summer camp staff to facilitate games, encourage a love of reading, and form lasting relationships with students.

Streams of Hope Volunteer Form

We are thrilled that you want to get involved at Streams of Hope! Please fill out the form below and we will be in touch with you shortly.

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Stories from our Volunteers

Volunteers – the Lifeblood of Our Community Center

In the last 5 years, over 350 individuals have passed through the doors at the Streams of Hope Food Center to become volunteers. 

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Four Generations of Servanthood

Hear firsthand from Alexandra Nouma of her family’s four-generation involvement with Streams of Hope.

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When Kids Give Back

When 4,800 lbs. of food arrived at our campus last week, we were ecstatic. But we were also wondering – how in the world are we going to move all this stuff?

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