H.O.P.E. in Lyndonville, Vermont serviced 30 towns throughout the Northeast Kingdom last year and continues to do so since being founded in 2005 by Jodi Wheeler.
Communities served included: Barnet, Barton, Bradford, Brighton, Burke, Canaan, Concord, Danville, Derby, East Haven, Glover, Granby, Hardwick, Irasburg, Kirby, Lunenburg, Lyndonville, Newark, Newbury, Newport, Orleans, Ryegate, Sheffield, St. Johnsbury, Troy, Victory, Walden, Waterford, Westmore and Littleton, NH.

In 2016 the following services were provided:

School Backpacks

Number of Vouchers: 3,344
Total Value:

Children's Vouchers

Number of Vouchers: 843
Total Value:

Adult Vouchers

Number of Vouchers: 222
Total Value:

Homeless Helped

Individuals Helped: 28
Total Value:

Households to visit our Emergency Food Pantry

Number of Vouchers: 275
Total Value:

Household Starter Packages

Number of Vouchers: 59
Total Value:

Fire Survivor Services 
Provided to Families

Number of Vouchers: 9
Total Value:

Elderly Packages to the Pines Nursing Home

Free Books: 1241
Free Stuffies: 441
Total Value:


Total Stockings: 80
Total Value: $4,000.00
Families that received boxes 
full of gifts: 282 
Total Value:


Meals Delivered : 87
Total Value:

Princess Project

Number of Individuals that received dresses or suits: 

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Coats Given: 200
Total Value: 
Winter Wear Packages: 100
Total Value:
Many thanks to devoted volunteers, donors and the community. People just like you who care about those in need. We are Helping Other People Everyday, and we need your help to answer the growing calls of help for food, clothing, household basics and emergency packets for families and individuals in dire need of assistance.
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