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hope: believing things can be different. 

THIS IS WHERE HOPE BEGINS AND POVERTY ENDS.

STABILIZE. SUSTAIN. EMPOWER.

At Sunnybrook Hope Center, our mission is clear. Love Jesus and love people.

Our work offers hope through personalized experiences, providing opportunities for our guests to encounter Christ as we take steps toward a sustainable future together.


A CATALYST FOR CREATING VIBRANT COMMUNITIES.

URGENTLY MEETING THE NEED NOW

By serving people in crisis, we provide the solutions they need to survive. The Sunnybrook Hope Center reaches out with practical tools and resources that cover basic needs like food assistance, as well as homelessness prevention. Only when people survive, can they thrive.

An opportunity to support Sunnybrook Hope Center without getting dressed up or looking for parking. This event is a non-event and an opportunity for you to intentionally pause from the busyness of life.

 

How can you participate?

There are two ways you can support this event.

Option One: You choose to donate a certain amount to the Hope Center in place of what would be a night out, movie date, or another event. Simply choose to stay home and enjoy some downtime as a family while providing food for other families. Select one of our option one packages and receive the gift of knowing you’re blessing other Siouxland families.

Option Two: You can choose one of our Staycation packages and receive a specific gift from the Warrior Hotel. Any of these packages can be used until October 1, 2024. Holiday dates are not included. A portion of the proceeds from option two packages will benefit Sunnybrook Hope Center.

Check out the package options here! Register online here

 

“For I was hungry, and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty, and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in.” Matthew 25:35

Our choice food and personal product pantry provides a wide variety of food and essential products to empower you to begin to make choices of which groceries and products meet your family’s needs.

HOURS OF THE SIOUX CITY PANTRY
TUESDAYS 11:00AM - 1:00PM
THURSDAYS 6:00 - 8:00PM

MAKE A RESERVATION IN SIOUX CITY

HOURS OF THE LE MARS PANTRY
3RD MONDAY OF EACH MONTH
6:00 - 8:00PM

MAKE A RESERVATION IN LE MARS

*Reservations are not required, but highly recommended. Sunnybrook Hope Center is an equal opportunity provider.

FUELING LASTING CHANGE:

Ending generational poverty begins with a holistic approach. We work with each individual to help them receive the tools they need, allowing them to set their own goals and achieve long-term change and stability. By addressing the root causes that perpetuate poverty such as addiction, education and employment readiness we are able to empower people to find their way out of poverty and into vibrant communities.

HOW WE'RE EMPOWERING COMMUNITIES:

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord.  “Plans to prosper and you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”  Jeremiah 29:11

Life can be hard. We want you to know you are not alone. Jesus has big plans for your life!


WALK WITH ME PROGRAM

Let us walk alongside you as you navigate steps to getting life back on track. Together, let us walk alongside you as you dream and start using your God-given strengths to help you achieve those your life goals and stability.  In our Walk with Me program, we connect you with a coach who meets you where you are, assists you in setting goals, helps identify how to reach your goals, and supports you as you take steps toward a sustainable future.

WALK WITH ME APPLICATION

SUNNYBROOK HOPE CENTER WAREHOUSE

We lead collaboration across community partners to address the root causes of poverty. Together, we are a powerful force that achieves life-changing transformations for individuals and families. We multiply our impact by working with major corporate donors, volunteers and over 55 non-profit partner organizations – churches, schools, community organizations and other faith-based organizations.

WAREHOUSE PARTNERS

FINANCIAL EMPOWERMENT

Coming this fall! Through this class, we teach responsible money management, banking, budgeting and credit habits. Call 712.276.5814 for up-to-date information about the latest classes offered.

SERVE AS A WALK WITH ME COACH

Walk With Me is a partnership program. We connect our guests to people they can trust. As a coach and advocate, you will become that person who "walks" with them. Walk with Me volunteers go through training to prepare for the population they have chosen to work with. The time commitment depends on each branch of the program. These branches also offer the opportunity to utilize your passion, there is something for everyone. As Jesus followers, this is the ultimate expression of loving your neighbor.

SERVE AS A WALK WITH ME COACH

SERVE AS A HOPE CENTER AMBASSADOR

As a Hope Center Ambassador, you will serve in the Choice Food Pantry, building relationships with our guests as they shop for groceries for their household. Hope Center Ambassadors serve in a variety of roles when the pantry is open. Opportunities are available in Sioux City and Le Mars.

SERVE IN SIOUX CITY SERVE IN LE MARS

SERVE AS AN ORANGE BAG AMBASSADOR

Orange Bag Ambassadors commit to donating specified goods each month for a year for our Sioux City or Le Mars locations. Click here for a listing of the most requested items.

I WANT TO BE AN ORANGE BAG AMBASSADOR

SERVE AS A PARTNER IN HOPE

Our generous Partners in Hope are individuals and businesses who make a financial gift to further the mission of Sunnybrook Hope Center.

I WANT TO GIVE TO THE HOPE CENTER

Stay Connected

Interested in what’s happening at Sunnybrook Hope Center? Click on the link to read the latest issue of our newsletter.
Hope Center Newsletter

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