The HOPE Center – Online Giving
The HOPE Center is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization existing solely on donations. Contributions are deductible as charitable donations for federal income tax purposes to the extent allowed by law.
If you wish to donate online you are assured that the connection is secure and your privacy is protected.
If you want to maximize your monthly contribution to The HOPE Center by having it automatically deducted from your checking or savings account, Click the Donate Now button above. It’s completely secure!
Contributions by Mail via Check or Money Order
Please mail donations by check or money order to:
PO Box 384, Woodstock, GA 30188
The HOPE Center – Baby Bottle Boomerang
Would you like to help raise community awareness and financial support for The HOPE Center? The Baby Bottle Boomerang (BBB) may be the perfect way! Consider being the representative for your Church, Neighborhood Group, or Club to facilitate this wonderful fundraiser! It’s so easy to do! We provide the bottles and a DVD explaining the program and a little about the ministry of The HOPE Center. BBB participants take a bottle home and fill it with checks, cash and coins over a three week period. The bottles are then returned to the distribution point where we arrange for pick-up. The HOPE Center even does all the receipting of the financial gifts received. Call (770) 924-7990 or contact The HOPE Center for more information.
The HOPE Center – Volunteers Needed
The HOPE Center also welcome volunteers in the following areas:
Advocates serve to encourage, uplift, support and give pregnancy education to clients by developing a personal relationship. Position requires training, one four-hour shift weekly, quarterly support meetings and a one-year commitment.
Special Events Volunteers
Facilitate the success of fundraising community events by participating in the preparation for set up, greeting and take down.
Seeds Thrift Store Volunteers
Assist in upkeep of The Seeds Thrift Store, where clients shop to provide for their babies.
Mighty Men Volunteers
Available for transporting thrift store items from the store to storage and back again. Pick- up items from consignment sales. Handy man chores such as changing light bulbs, filters etc.
Snacks and Lite Meals for Trainings and Classes
Provide yummy, nutritious snacks and lite meals a few times a year for the education and training classes.
Provide office support including phone, greeting and admission forms, restocking brochures, making copies of needed forms. In-house training required. We request a minimum shift of four hours per week.
In House training required.
HOPE Center – Items Needed
The Seeds Thrift Store is conveniently located at 295 Molly Lane, Suite 110, just west of I-575 on Hwy. 92 in Woodstock.
Open to both clients and the public from 10am – 5pm Monday -Friday, and Saturday from 10am – 4pm.
WHAT WE ACCEPT
- All sizes of Baby and Children’s clothing, sizes preemie and up
- Maternity, Women, and Men’s clothing
- Furniture and homegoods
- Toys, accessories, books and movies in good condition (items should be clean, include all parts. Please replace batteries if needed)
Baby equipment & furniture (highchairs, changing tables, tubs, etc.)
- Baby wipes
- Toiletries (baby wash, lotion, shampoo, powder, etc.)
- Formula and baby food (please check expiration dates)
WHAT WE DO NOT ACCEPT
- Car seats unless new in box
- Underwear that is unpackaged, except maternity bras
- Ripped or torn crib mattresses
- Drop-side cribs
- Outdated baby food or formula
- Used breast pumps