HEARTLAND HOPE MISSION
Help Us Stock & Support HHM as they put “Love Into Action”
Yes! Help us collect groceries and bring them to church on the 3rd Sunday of every month.
For more information on volunteering, contact John Bennett
Heartland Hope Mission (HHM) is a faith-based charitable organization founded to put ‘Love into Action’ by providing food, clothing, shelter and other necessities to needy people of all ethnic backgrounds. HHM provides more food distributed directly to clients than any other pantry in Nebraska. Presbyterian Church of the Cross (PCOC) members participate in stocking the Heartland Hope Mission pantry by hosting our own “Pantry Sunday” on the third Sunday of each month. Reminder bags for collecting groceries are handed out after worship every second Sunday of the month; food stuffs are returned in those bags every third Sunday of the month. We also participate annually in the HHM’s “Stuff a Truck” food donation campaign to stock the pantry. We also collect Christmas gift donations for HHM’s annual Christmas in South Omaha party and gift distribution. In 2012, HHM named PCOC its Faith Partnership Award recipient for our church’s service to the organization. Our ongoing support for HHM includes membership on HHM’s Board of Directors.
As a key mission partner, HHM annually receives financial support from PCOC to help fund its programs.
Contact the coordinator, John Bennett, to volunteer.