emergency assistance to those in crisis
HOPE Board of Directors
The Board of Directors of HOPE creates policies and procedures and gives general direction under which HOPE operates.
HOPE is administered by an Executive Director, a Client Service Manager, an Administrative Assistant/Volunteer Coordinator, and a Bookkeeper who organize and administer a staff composed of 100 volunteers.
Answer the phones.
Greet clients and process intake forms
Conduct a thorough interview with the client to establish the existence of a short-term financial crisis and identifying needs.
Food Room Workers:
Restock food room shelves and bag groceries for clients receiving food assistance.
Maintain up-to-date files in the database.
Assist with writing thank you notes to donors and supporters.
File and manage paperwork.
Compile data needed for grant applications and reports.
Collaborate with community organizations and businesses to transport donated food from collection sites to HOPE's storage facilities.
From time to time, we need special skills for special projects including computer and technologies, construction and repair, cleaning and organizing.
The Seal of HOPE in Lancaster, Inc. is two circles surrounding a flaming urn which is supported by two hands. The flames coming from the urn are the flames of a new beginning, the help that HOPE offers those in urgent need. The hands supporting the urn represent those who have given to HOPE--given time, money, food, prayers, and concern. Those hands represent each person who supports HOPE and makes its work possible. By placing these helping, uplifting hands within two circles, the seal shows the continuity of HOPE's task. Just as a circle does not end, so HOPE's commitment to the needs of Lancaster County will continue for as long as the community's hands lift up these life-giving flames that offer help to those in need.
Hope is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All donations are tax deductible.