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About Hope-Net

In 1988, a collaboration of Los Angeles area congregations
founded Hope-Net to address hunger and homeless needs.

First opening in the Wilshire Center area of Los Angeles, and now encompassing Koreatown,
Hollywood, Los Feliz, and Silverlake, HopeNet is an independent 501(c)3 charitable agency.

Living among the great wealth of Los Angeles, many fail to see the mammoth and increasing needs
of many in our midst. For the economically poor in our area, Hope-Net food pantries and meal programs
are a primary source of nourishment required to meet daily needs. Since our inception, we have served over 3 million persons.

In 1996, Hope-Net founded HopeWest Apartments to provide excellent 3-bedroom apartment units
for 17 low income families. Guided by our dedicated Board of Directors and sustained through the tireless efforts of many dedicated volunteers at our 13 food pantries, Hope-Net touches lives daily and offers hope and opportunities to thousands of individuals and families.

Click through to learn more about our Board of Directors and our supporting Member Congregations.

Hope-Net remains committed to our neighborhood so that “none of our neighbors should go hungry.”

The Teen Service Corps campers at BJE created a fantastic public service announcement for Hope-Net this summer.

To view their great work and understand what Hope-Net is about, please click the video below.

 

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760 S. Westmoreland Ave.  
Los Angeles, CA 90005

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