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September 3, 2021 | 0 Comments

New Hope Ministries remains concerned about our neighbors facing eviction and losing unemployment benefits coupled with the shortage of available and affordable housing. We are here to help and we want to help get people get back to work. Please take a look at our upcoming career fairs on our calendar. Did you know we have job training programs that can get you into a career to sustain your family? Call the Center you live closest to today to get started. There is still help and hope at New Hope Ministries!

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“New Hope Ministries recognizes the enormous impact that has been caused by the coronavirus pandemic, and the impacts mitigation has had on our neighbors. We know that unemployment is climbing, businesses are shutting down, and people in our communities are being severely affected right now.  There is no good time to lose a job, risk losing your home, or not know where your next meal is coming from. We believe that nobody should be hungry, cold, or homeless, especially during the holidays.” Eric Saunders, Executive Director

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