Blessings of Hope Blog

Have You Got Your Tickets?

Have You Got Your Tickets?

PLEASE PLAN TO JOIN US! Banquet tickets can be purchased HERE. Registration for the 5K and 10K races can be found HERE. All other food and fun tickets can be purchased at the entrance to the grounds on Friday and Saturday. Download the brochure HERE. If you are not...

Come For the Weekend

Come For the Weekend

Spring in Pennsylvania, where Blessings of Hope has their headquarters, is a place of beauty and bounty. We look forward to the reprieve from cold winter weather, and we enjoy being able to open the doors of the warehouses and invite people in. Spring is also when we...

Be Our Guests

Be Our Guests

Being prepared for one of the certainties of life does not mean you are preoccupied with death and dying. It actually means that you are occupied with living your life well and caring for your family. There are possibilities available to each of us every day and we...

What If You Could…

What If You Could…

Sometimes, as we live our lives and care for our families, we are given opportunities to reach outside our daily routine. If you were to see someone hungry on the street, would you know where to send them for food? On a different level, if you had the opportunity to...

Do I Need to Write a Will?

Do I Need to Write a Will?

Estate planning is one of the most caring things you can do for your loved ones. It also enables you to give charitably both now and later while providing for those who are counting on you. 'A good man leaveth an inheritance to his children's children: And the wealth...

War Torn AND Hungry

War Torn AND Hungry

Hunger is most often connected to poverty in the United States even though it is compounded by natural disasters like tornadoes or earthquakes. As U.S. citizens, very few of us have experienced the kind of hunger that is connected to a nation at war. Hunger in a war...

How It All Began

How It All Began

A frequently asked question at Blessings of Hope is “How do we get food in amounts that allow us to distribute 65,000 meals per day.” Barbie Fisher, an executive team member from the very beginning, told this story recently. One of our first exposures to the...

Easing Burdens and Giving Hope

Easing Burdens and Giving Hope

While we watch the situation in Ukraine become more and more serious, there are those among our friends who have actually experienced a Russian invasion before. A pastor currently living in the city of Melitopol, Ukraine was living in Crimea when Russian troops...