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The City of Hope Project

The City of Hope Project located at 2652 Cedar Crest Blvd was created several years ago as the non profit outreach of The City of Hope Church. We are currently working outside on our property and in our building to serve the marginalized Cedar Crest community. We currently work Mondays and Wednesdays starting at 11:00 ending at 2:00 pm. We give away fresh produce as well as the usual food pantry items ie canned goods, boxed foods. We believe the fresh produce will lead to a healthier, and therefore a more stable and strong community. Currently we are purchasing our produce twice a week at our own expense. One of the programs we are developing with some help, is a community garden on our property. We are serving the old, the young, families, singles. We maintain a strong commitment to this underserved community. Along with our new building, that will house the church as well as a community center, we are planning programs for parents, children, youth, GED classes, Bible study, men to men mentoring, NA classes, and a thrift shop. If all this sounds ambitious, we agree it is and it will progress in stages but it is the level of engagement we believe this community needs and deserves. We would welcome any partnerships that align with our Christ centered goals to bring health, hope and happiness to the Cedar Crest community. Days of operation M & W 11:00 - 2:00

This listing was last updated Mar 28, 2023

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Days of operation M & W 11:00 - 2:00

Hours are in CDT. Hours updated 1 year ago

2652 Cedar Crest Boulevard, Dallas, TX, USAGet Directions

  • 214-478-8211

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  • Ms. Mary Norberg

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