Serving Douglas & Elbert County
& Hope Center
Help & Hope For Our Neighbors In Need
Make an appointment with our Client Services department to receive the assistance you need.
You can make a difference today through your financial donation in support of the mission of HHC.
Are you interested in joining our team? There are so many ways you can make an impact as a volunteer.
Our new food drive program, Buckets of Hope, makes it is easier than ever for you to host a food drive.
Simply contact us with your start and end dates, the number of buckets you would like, and your drop-off location. We will deliver and pick up the buckets for you.
Sign up for a Buckets of Hope food drive today!
About Help & Hope Center
Watch our 4 minute video to learn how Help & Hope Center serves our neighbors in need.
We are able to assist our clients in a variety of ways.
Schedule an appointment today to meet with one of our Client Advocates. We will develop a specific plan to assist you with your exact needs.
Schedule An Appointment
Each of our clients receives confidential, one-on-one assistance. We provide professional resources, and it is our goal to help you succeed.
Food And Toiletries
Clothing & Household
Info And Referral
Treasures Thrift Store
When you donate or shop at Treasures Thrift, you are directly supporting HHC programs that meet the needs of families and individuals in your community!
All the proceeds from our thrift store sales directly support individuals and families with food, clothing, household items, rent, and utility assistance.
Volunteers make a difference
Without our team of volunteeers, it would be impossible to serve the thousands of families and individuals seeking assistance each year.
Through the efforts of people like you, Help & Hope Center is impacting our neighbors’ lives daily!
Your Support Matters
When you choose Help & Hope Center as your partner, you can be confident that your financial gift is helping to meet the needs of families and individuals in our community.
Because of your generosity, thousands of people in Douglas and Elbert Counties are able to receieve the assistance they need to find relief during times of hardship or crisis.