The Hope Center Announces Necessary USDA/FDA Approved Food Program in North Texas

The Hope Center offers necessary USDA/FDA approved food programs for the elderly living in poverty in North Texas. The Team at The Hope Center is committed to providing necessary USDA/FDA approved food programs for the elderly.

Online PR News – 06-April-2013 – Fort Worth, TX – Fort Worth, TX - The Hope Center announces necessary USDA/FDA approved food programs in North Texas. the Elderly Living in Poverty that need a necessary USDA/FDA approved food program in North Texas rely on The Hope Center. The Team is noted for necessary USDA/FDA approved food programs. For businesses considering meaningful community support, The Hope Center is the perfect choice. The Hope Center also has USDA/FDA Certified Food Kitchens for the elderly living in poverty in North Texas. For the latest information on necessary USDA/FDA approved food programs in North Texas, families in need are invited to call 817-451-6288 or visit the The Hope Center web site at

Hundreds of students from The Hope Center have found life changing jobs as OSHA certified Forklift Operators. Others have earned their GED or learned computer skills. The resourceful staff, also beneficiaries in need, understand poverty first hand. They volunteer out of a sense of duty to repay the hand up they received. Individuals can help by putting a food box at their church, store or business to collect canned goods. The Hope Center is not about giving a hand out but rather, they focus on offering a hand up. It takes more than words these days. It takes action. The Hope Center educational program helps students pass their GED so they can get a better job. The Hope Center touches over 100,000 local family members a year. Orlando and JoAnn Reyes, founders, make sure that families in need get food, clothing and job training that makes a real difference.

The Hope Center partners with other area charities and non-profits to extend their reach and benefit more families. For many families in North Texas, time has run out. They need help with dinner tonight. Children are going to bed hungry. Companies looking to give back to their communities should consider a call to The Hope Center. Volunteers, food, clothing or money all go direct to meet the needs of North Texas families that are struggling to put food on the table or just find a job. The numbers are staggering, in DFW alone 1 of every 4 children is suffering from hunger, and more than 640,000 people are living in poverty. Without corporate partners in these troubled times, many of the outreach programs would simply fail. Orlando and JoAnn Reyes, founders, saw a need 10 years ago and North Texas is fortunate they did.

About The Hope Center and Necessary USDA/FDA Approved Food Program North Texas
The Hope Center is a nonprofit, community-based organization. Incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in 2004, they have served low-income and unemployed families in Fort Worth and Dallas since 2002. They provide food, educational programs and medical referrals assistance, and build collaborative relationships with job training and placement organizations for adults and their families in an effort to improve their overall quality of life. They have more than 400 volunteers logging over 23,000 hours annually. They have expanded their volunteer base through corporate volunteers that come in and work as part of team building programs. The Hope Center provides food, clothing, and household items for individuals living at or below poverty level through their Food Pantry and Resource Center, educational programs, youth programs, job training, job placement and dental exams The Hope Center announces necessary food programs North Texas.

Media Contact:
David Goodin

Company Contact:
The Hope Center
3625 Loop 820 S.
Fort Worth, TX 76119
Phone: 817-451-6288

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