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School supplies, washcloths, clothing...
They're things we typically take for granted, but they're all "wish list" items for someone in your city. That's why Supply Hope donation drop-off sites are now a permanent fixture at Joyce's conferences.
If you're planning on attending a conference, you can bring a few basic items to donate and help spread hope in your city!
Needs are unique in every city, so we connect with local churches and shelters to learn what they can use and then share those needs online at joycemeyer.org/events.
Here's how conference attendees have helped so far...
We Collected: Diapers and baby wipes
We Gave To: Healing Place Church
"We got the approval to move ahead with Supply Hope about a month before our Baton Rouge Conference. It was kind of like, 'I hope this goes okay.' The response was incredible! We ended up with 3,000 boxes of diapers and wipes. There were stacks of baby items in the lobby. They put it in a storage room, and even that was overflowing."
―Matt Clark, Joyce Meyer Ministries Supply Hope Coordinator
We Collected: Socks and washcloths
We Gave To: New York Dream Center
"Not many of us realize what a difference socks and washcloths can mean to people in need. I can picture us handing these items out to specific people, knowing how much their lives are going to be touched. They're going to get hope from this."
―Courtney, New York Dream Center
What did our attendees have to say?
"It's part of being a Christian to do what you can to help people…I hope the people who receive these things will know that there are others out there who care about them."
―Dan, New York
"I'm fortunate enough to live in this country where I have hot and cold running water and a clean towel and a washcloth. I thank God for that. So for someone who maybe gets a shower occasionally, it's the least I could do. And I'm from New York, so it's great to be able to do something locally."
―Joann, New York
We Collected: School supplies
We Gave To: St. Louis Dream Center
We parked a big yellow school bus in front of the Edward Jones Dome and throughout the weekend, our attendees filled it with crayons, notebooks, backpacks, colored pencils, glue sticks and more! The collected donations filled seven large shipping containers! Just think of the looks on children's faces when they receive these gifts.
To all those who participated, thank you for supplying hope to these precious kids!
Hand of Hope is the missions arm of Joyce Meyer Ministries. Our goal is simply to help as many hurting people as we possibly can, to alleviate human suffering and to help Christians grow in their faith.