Bags of Hope
The goal of Bags of Hope is to help low-income families alleviate their monthly expenses. Our objective is to help families utilize weekly grocery money toward other household utilities. In 2012 our hunger program fed 66,000 children and adults in an average household of five.
Bags of Hope program is a weekly hunger program catered toward individuals and families facing financial crisis. Bags of Hope can assists individuals with food and clothing. If you are in need of assistance this program is here to help you for FREE!
Location: 1556 South Sultana Ave. Ontario Ca 91761
Time: 9am – 10am Every Wednesday.
(Grocery Bags including meat: July 3, August 7, September 4, October 2, November 6, December 4)
People we serve
- Any Inland Empire resident
- Low income residents
- Single parents
- Facing hardship
Knowledge is Power
The goal of Knowledge is Power is to help and empower parents and students to build long- lasting assets for the future throught educational resources. Knowledge is Power offers workshops, which make dealing with life’s challenges more manageable and less impossible for youth as well as their parents. The programs main objective is to increase self esteem and self understanding while guiding individuals into making better decisions about; higher education, career choices, parenting, health and wellness, as well as offer support and guidance on coping and overcoming life challenges such as: abuse, addiction, and social issues.
People we serve
- Students (high school and college students)
- Anyone welling to learn
Please visit our CALENDAR to view our weekly activities and special events coming up.