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Volunteers Make it Possible
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News for 03.21.17
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City Hope cannot fulfill its mission without the help of committed volunteers, and we are grateful to have such a tremendous team. In December and January, City Hope had a total of 113 volunteers serving at the Community Center, through our County Jail Fellowship services, at the Leland House and through our Kids Hope mentoring program. 

On average, City Hope has 55 volunteers each week, ensuring that our programs are able to run smoothly, providing support and trusted community to those we serve. 

Even with the incredible commitment from these valued volunteers, City Hope always needs more help. If you’re interested in volunteering your time to serve our neighbors, please contact Melisa Blankenship