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

Boo Ball presented by the After Hours Rotary Club

Ladies and Gents,

Hope Mission in Morehead City helps feed and support some of our neighbors in Carteret County who are in tough spots in their lives.  Last year they provided 39,073 meals served from their Community Kitchen, provided a temporary home and support for 135 guests, and used their Emergency Financial Assistance program to provide financial assistance to 234 families.

Hope Mission is truly one of Carteret County’s great examples of walking the walk.

On Friday 28 October the Morehead City After Hours Rotary Club will host The Boo Ball, which will benefit Hope Mission.  It will be a night of fun, and will give you the chance to dress up in a costume (not mandatory), meet great people, and support a super cause.

Pls see the flyer by link at end of document entitled booball.  Also attached: an opportunity to be a sponsor of the event if you can’t be here but want to chip in. boo-ball-sponsor-form-1

Your contact at the After Hours Rotary Club is at the to: line and at 910-389-7491. booball

Serving Others With Many Hands and One Heart

October, 2016

You can help us serve the less fortunate in our community this month by bringing in one or two of the targeted items listed below to Hope Mission.

  1. Sugar
  2. Instant Mashed Potatoes
  3. #10 cans Fruit
  4. #10 cans Veggies (Corn or Green Beans)

#10 cans restaurant style cans are the preferred size for our cooking needs, if possible.

All items may be dropped off during the week Monday through Friday (8AM – 1PM) or call 252-240-2359 to make other arrangements.

Thank you for your kindness and support for Hope Mission

Gene McLendon,
Executive Director