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In 2016 ...

Hope Mission provided 39,232 meals served from our Community Kitchen.

The Hope Mission Men's Shelter provided a temporary home and support for 155 guests.

The Emergency Financial Assistance program provided financial assistance to 253 families.







You Can Help!

Financial contributions can easily be made online using your credit or debit card or PayPal account.

Every penny you donate to Hope Mission stays here in Carteret County helping your neighbors.

Donating Goods

Delivering Donations:.

We ask you to please call ahead with goods, services and financial donations to make sure that a manager is available to receive your donation and to issue a receipt for you. This also ensures that donations are recorded properly.

Mailing Donations:

You may also wish to mail your donation. Our mailing address is: Hope Mission of Carteret County, Inc. P. O. Box 1438 Morehead City, NC 28557

Open Heart - Open Handed Help March 2014

Ephesians 2:10 NIV

“For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which god prepared in advance for us to do.”

“…doing God’s work together…”

To All the Friends and Family of Hope Mission, What a great year we had so far. Thanks for all your support through prayer, service and finances.

So far in 2014:

We have served a total of 57387 meals,

We have provided a temporary home and support for 28 men,

We have provided assistance to 35 clients, dispersing a total of $4731,

We continue to partner with Coastal Academy for Technology and Science (former Cape Lookout Marine Science High School) serving 45-50 meals, Monday through Friday.

Now, a new year has started and we are excited about what God is doing.

Here is how we can use your help. We would like to ask you to help us with one or two food items each month.

The month of March we are targeting:

1.            Canned Greens

2.            Canned Fruit

3.           Toilet Paper and Paper towels

(Size 10 Restaurant style cans are the preferred size for our cooking but we greatly appreciate any size).

Empty Bowls means Filled Bowls

Hope Mission along with our committee for the Empty Bowls fundraising luncheon would like to thank the community for helping raise over $11, 000, and counting during the February 2014 event. This fundraising event helps to fill the “empty bowls” of many throughout our county through both Hope Mission and Martha’s Mission.

Over 30 restaurants sent their best soups. More than 25 potters and other artists contributed hundreds of bowls for the general tables, as well as paintings, jewelry and oempty-bowlsther creations for the silent auction.

About 30 businesses and individuals donated paper and plastic goods, tea, water, rolls, crackers, silent auction items, and money for the event.

More than 100 students from Carteret Community College, Croatan High School, East Carteret High School, Morehead Primary, and West Carteret High School made bowls and served soup. West Carteret High School’s jazz ensemble provided music; art classes wrapped bowls; the horticulture class made lovely centerpieces; and the West Carteret JROTC set up and bused tables, served soup, delivered bowls, soup, and flowers.

Carteret Community College’s Jo Ann Cannon helped with the programs and place mats. The culinary and interior design students and the security department also helped with the event.

The Outer Banks Chapter of the National Charity League provided delicious cookies.

Jennifer Allen from Carteret County News Times, Ben Ball of Talk Station 107.1 FM and 1240 AM, and the Carteret Tourism Bureau helped with publicity.

Chef Floyd and his staff from Floyd’s 1921 restaurant supervised and manned the kitchen.

More than 50 volunteers’ contacted restaurants, picked up soups, supplies, and donations, or worked at the event.

Cape Carteret Aquatics and Wellness Center, Handscapes Gallery in Beaufort, Hope Mission, and Webb Memorial Library sold tickets that were printed and donated by Coastal Press and Graphics.DSC_0004

The Crystal Coast Civic Center staff provided guidance and helped immensely.

Finally, the dedication of Team Leaders:  Dawn Rock, Tina Lewis, Vada Couch, Jackie Rusich, Charlotte Farris, members of the grass roots committee and their helpers, John T. Capps, Hope Mission President, and Glenda Killion also of Hope Mission made all this possible.

It truly takes a village to accomplish great things.

With humble thanks,

Hope Mission of Carteret County Inc
Empty Bowls Committee