Hope Partners at Amy's Farm was established to Grow & Harvest Fruits & Vegetables for Inland Valley Hope Partners' (7) Food Pantry Sites & the 'Our House' Family Shelter. With your support & success, over 3,320lbs of summer vegetables were harvested last year alone. But without Volunteers, the Garden & Orchard could not exist. Please give us your support the 1st Sat of every month!
When: 1st Saturday of the month or during the week by appt. Where: 7698 Eucalyptus Ave, Ontario, CA 91762 Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Please sign up at Volunteermatch.org Today! For more info contact the Volunteer Coordinator at (909) 622-3806 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our website is www.inlandvalleyhopepartners.org
Thank you for considering us, and have a blessed day!
The Mission of Inland Valley Hope Partners' is to bring together churches, individuals, businesses and community groups to ensure the empowerment of people in need, by providing food, shelter and supportive services. We Believe... In the worth and dignity of every person. We are all connected in the human family. God calls us to serve one another. In empowering people. In the value of working together.
Inland Valley Hope Partners' is a nonprofit organization that began in1968 as the Inland Valley Council of Churches. They realized more needed to be done within the Inland Valley Community to feed the hungry and shelter the homeless. They now operate four Food Pantries, a Family Residential Emergency Shelter, and a Pomona Valley Certified Farmers' Market in the East end of Los Angeles County and the West end of San Bernardino County.
We serve more than 75,000 children, men, and women through our four food pantries, located in Pomona, Ontario, San Dimas and Claremont, the "Our House" emergency shelter and the Pomona Valley Certified Farmers' Market. We promote food drives, toy drives, and fund-raising campaigns aimed at giving individuals and families meals to bolster their health and spirits. Our goal is to find a home for individuals, couples, families, and children who have none, and to feed those who are hungry.