HOW WE CAN HELP

For over 30 years, we have provided Food and Nutrition services through Soup Kitchens and Food Pantries. Our Community Initiatives/Outreach programs have grown to include Outreach & Education, Volunteer Services, Single Stop Help Center, Healthy Families Program, Senior Health & Wellness Services, Youth Programs, Disaster Recovery Services, Women’s Emergency Services and Domestic Violence Intervention, and more.

“We reach out to community members who are hungry, homeless or otherwise in need in order to work with them to achieve their self-sufficiency — thereby enhancing the quality of life for our community.”

Get InvolvedHow You Can Help.


  • Make A Donation

    You can make a one time donation or set-up a monthly recurring donation.

  • Donate Food/Supplies

    Because of the continuing economic slump and the high cost of housing, more people are coming to us for emergency food than ever before.

  • Donate Holiday Supplies

    Because of generous seasonal holiday donations from friends of Project Hospitality, the children, men, and women in our housing and other programs are able to celebrate holidays along with everyone else in the community.

  • Faith In Action

    Each year, Project Hospitality welcomes nearly 30 high school, college, and adult groups from across the United States to our weeklong educational mission program.

  • Legacy Giving

    With a little planning, your gift to Project Hospitality can help achieve your financial, philanthropic, and estate-planning goals.

  • Volunteer

    The important work that Project Hospitality accomplishes each and every day requires the efforts of a great many talented and dedicated members of the community.

  • Shop AmazonSmile

    AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Project Hospitality every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop from our link, you’ll find the exact same prices and selection as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to our organization. Shop here

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