As an organization, we know that the first step to solving this problem is acknowledging the needs of our community. Hunger is a serious problem that many people in Sioux County face. In order for this problem to be fixed, the help of passionate individuals who want to see a flourishing community are needed. Our priority is to serve the hungry by giving them the proper nutrition they need through our grocery services.
When are we open?
Hope Food Pantry is open every Wednesday from 2-6, located in the Southridge Plaza, Sioux Center, IA.
Who comes to the pantry?
800-900 Individuals are provided assistance through Hope Food Pantry. People in this category are usually struggling with unemployment, are victims of domestic violence, and are widows.
How do I volunteer?
We are always searching for more volunteers to join the community of Hope Food Pantry, there are volunteer opportunities open for both children and adults. Volunteering is a unique way to help restore hope and give back to your community. By signing up for a 2 hour work shift, you are giving time to uplift the people we serve by providing grocery assistance.
Each Wednesday, twelve volunteers are needed to provide grocery assistance to the weekly shoppers. The first shift, from 2-4pm, requires eight volunteers, while the 4-6pm shift only requires four volunteers. Click the button below to sign up to volunteer!