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Meal Volunteer Participant (MVP) – Groups prepare and serve breakfast, lunch, or dinner to our residents.
   Level #1- Your group has committed to purchasing food, cooking, serving, and cleaning up after your scheduled meal.
   Level #2- Your group has committed to cooking, serving, and cleaning up after your scheduled meal.
   Level #3- Your group has committed to serving and cleaning up after your scheduled meal.

Children’s Activities – Groups are needed to host fun, structured activities for children such as Field Days and Holiday Events!

Service Day – Utilize your group’s unique talents to help keep HOPE beautiful! Groups serve by participating in campus clean up, seasonal landscaping, and special projects.

Administrative Support – Volunteers assist our staff by answering phones, taking inventory of donations, greeting visitors, and performing other light administrative tasks.

Bedtime Story Hour – Volunteers provide a calming and educational bedtime experience by reading age appropriate bedtime stories to children.

Donations Drive – We help your group organize a donation drive for toiletries and other items needed at Hope Community.

All individual volunteers must be 18 years of age or older. All group volunteers must be 12 years of age or older. All volunteers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone at all times.

To learn more about these and other opportunities, contact Sara Jean Hargis, Volunteer Coordinator at
shargis@ or call (850) 792-9426

Employment Opportunities
updated 1-13-18

Food Service Coordinator
The role of the Food Service Coordinator is to help the HOPE Community program achieve the goal of providing a wide variety of high quality nutritious food, including three meals a day, 365 days a year. The objectives of the Food Service program are to maximize use of donated, low-cost, and budgeted food sources.
Position Announcement (PDF, 122k)

Resident Care Specialist
The primary roles of the Resident Care Specialist at HOPE Community are to (1) attend to the residents’ basic needs and living environment, and (2) support the Case Managers who work with the residents on their Individual Service Plans.  This position requires a caring, patient, good-humored, and flexible individual with excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with individuals in a crisis. Please send your resume and cover letter for this position to asampson <at>
Position Announcement (PDF, 156k)


Please download our application here. (MS Word, 112k)


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