Empower individuals to overcome hunger and hardship in Indiantown - help in PANTRY or THRIFT STORE!

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Food Pantry

Join our team and empower Martin County residents to overcome hunger & hardship!

Each of House of Hope's branches feature a Client Choice food pantry and a thrift store. Volunteers can be trained to perform any of the tasks listed below. Tell us your interests and we will make sure you feel fulfilled by your volunteer service at House of Hope!

Client Choice Food Pantry Volunteers:

Ensure our clients have a dignified experience "shopping" in our Client Choice Food Pantry for the nutritious groceries that benefit their households most. The food in our pantries is entirely free to clients and they are actually able to choose what food they want from each category. Help out in one of our pantries by:

  • Sorting donations and stocking shelves
  • Assisting clients
  • Quality control of pantry foods and items
  • Check-out counter

Thrift Store Volunteers:

In addition to operating our clothes closet program for clients, our thrift stores generate approximately 21% of House of Hope’s income, allowing us to continue providing vital services to those in need. Help us in one of our thrift stores by:

  • Sorting and pricing donations
  • Arranging and displaying inventory on the sales floor
  • Greeting and assisting customers and/or clients
  • Cash register check-out

About House of Hope:

House of Hope's mission is to empower Martin County residents to overcome hunger and hardship. Our services are designed to empower people in need and afford them the greatest opportunity for health, financial stability, and life success. Our programs include Client Choice Food Pantries, clothes closets, financial assistance, and long-term case management. We also have several nutrition gardens which teach healthy eating habits and provide our pantries with fresh produce. In July, we will be opening the Golden Gate Center for Enrichment, which will offer free programs and services focused on education, vocation, health and nutrition, life skills, and arts and culture.

We have locations in Stuart, Hobe Sound, Jensen Beach, and Indiantown.

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About House of Hope


2484 SE Bonita St., Stuart, FL 34997, US

Mission Statement

To empower Martin County residents to overcome hunger and hardship.


Founded in 1984, House of Hope now touches the lives of approximately 7,000 people per month with services that include basic needs - food, clothing, furniture, financial assistance - and long-term case management that helps people build life skills for a more self-sufficient future. The agency has service centers and thrift stores in Stuart, Hobe Sound, Indiantown and Jensen Beach.

Our clients are typically low-wage workers, fixed-income senior citizens, single parents, the recently unemployed and people suffering through personal life crises.

Over the past year, our programs have grown to include several nutrition gardens and an enrichment center which offers free programs and services focusing on education, vocation, health and nutrition and arts and culture.

For more information about House of Hope, visit hohmartin.org or schedule a tour by calling (772) 286 - 4673 ext. 1013.


Community, Hunger


We'll work with your schedule.


House of Hope - Indiantown Branch15549 SW Warfield Blvd.Indiantown, FL 34956



  • Transactions
  • People Skills
  • Food Delivery / Distribution
  • Merchandising
  • Retail / Sales
  • Customer Service


  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 14
  • Orientation or Training
  • Shifts are flexible.
  • Close-toed shoes. No history of felony or conviction of theft, violence, fraud, or sexual misconduct.

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