The United Nations and Poverty

Although poverty in the United States is a salient issue, poverty is by no means strictly an American problem. Every country in the world must deal with issues of poverty and homelessness. The United Nations, an international coalition of many countries, recognizes this fact and has created the United Nations Development Programme with the intention […]

Hope House Building Project

Plans for our new 8,000 square foot building allow for street level access to the dining, kitchen and storage areas, increasing our existing capacity by 25% and adding more energy efficient heating, cooling and air circulation systems. It has been designed with potential for future expansion, should that be needed. Hope House owns the property […]

Some Recent Events

Over the years, Hope House has been the grateful recipient of contributions from GE Pensioners and their spouses. Virtually every one of these contributions have been matched dollar-for-dollar by the GE Foundation. On Friday April 20th Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente joined Hope House volunteer Star Taylor to serve lunch. Oneida County helps Hope House […]

It’s More Than Numbers

There are a lot of numbers that we can use when talking about Hope House. For example we served 95, 376 meals in 2011. Also in 2011, through the generosity of our neighbors we received almost $250,000 in food and other donations. We also extend our thanks to our great volunteers at Hope House donating […]

An Important Upcoming Event

Congressman Richard Riley and his staff will be serving the evening meal at Hope House on Monday, June 27, 2013. The interim Executive Director of Hope House noted that, “We are delighted that the Congressman and his staff see the importance of our work here on Eagle Street, work that ensures that all who come […]