Through your generous giving to underwrite meals for the homeless, Star of Hope was able to serve 87,641 kitchen prepared meals to help people in our community struggling with homelessness during February and March!
Now in April, National Volunteer Month, we encourage you find a place of service at one of our four Star of Hope locations around Houston. There’s plenty to do for all ages.
If you’re one of the lucky “retirees” in our community (or if you know some retirees), there’s no better way to stay healthy in body and happy in heart than volunteering to help someone less fortunate than yourself. Star of Hope’s Manager of Volunteer Services, Elizabeth Hatler, wrote a great article for the current issue Vantage Point. Take a look at Why Volunteering is the Mature Thing to Do on pages 18-19 and share it with a friend.
Star of Hope Volunteer, Jonathan Blue, shared his volunteer story on our guest blog. He wrote, "I would like to give a special shout-out of thanks and appreciation to all of the other Star of Hope volunteers. I am humbled and honored to serve with you!" Read his post and other guest blogs... then share your story with us.
Thanks for all you do as faithful supporters of the Star of Hope!