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Your Support is Needed to Maximize Impact to Our Community

Food insecurity in our community continues to grow and the Center 4 Hope strives to be a beacon of light and hope for individuals and families and provide services to help provide paths forward for sustainable futures. In Monroe county more than 30% of people are living below the poverty level. In our community of Greece, NY, approximately 20% are living below the poverty line and need food, medical treatment, financial and career counseling.

The Center 4 Hope was created to unleash compassion on the residents in the town of Greece by being established as a non- profit. The center’s origins started as a food pantry at Hope Church. The congregation funded and built the center. The center relies financially on the generosity of volunteers who staff almost every position of operations and through individual donors, community grants and business partners to provide financial support.


We invite you to partner with us on our mission.

Did you know?

enables the Center 4 Hope to purchase $25 worth of food

can purchase food for a family of 4 for 6 months

We receive grants to off-set some of the costs of our operations

We are a proud partner with FoodLink

We provide financial & career counseling services

We are anticipating offering medical services in 2022

Let us know if you are interested in sponsoring!

Help us Make a Larger Impact in our Community

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There is some seasonality to food insecurity in all communities. During the summer months, the families are hit hardest because children who rely on complimentary or reduced school lunches, don’t have access to the program when school is not in session. In the winter months, the elderly are shut-in and unable to get out to access food. A monthly pledge or a multi-year commitment ensures we can purchase food all year long.

"The volunteers at the Center 4 Hope were a blessing to me and my family when I wasn’t sure where to go for food after I lost my job."