Hope Network Open with Modified Service

Food Bag Distribution
Hope Network will provide pre-bagged groceries in a no-contact experience on Wednesdays from 11:00am-1:00pm to families who are food insufficient. Beginning Wednesday, April 1, families may pull around the circle drive toward the back of the Connection Point Church Raytown Campus and pick up two bags located just inside the door.

During this time, there is no paperwork or proof of need or residency necessary. We do ask returning clients to check off their name on the intake form and new clients to sign their name and phone number on that form.


Senior Commodities
For those who are over the age of 60 and already enrolled in our Senior Commodities Program, we will continue to provide the modified drive thru commodity box distribution at the back of the Connection Point Church Raytown Campus on the third Thursday of the month at 1:30pm.


Other Resources
If you are in need of additional food resources during this time, please see this list of mobile food pantries in our area.

Hope Network

Hope Network

Mission

The mission of Hope Network is to offer hope to the hungry and hurting through delivering exemplary care, affirming value and meeting basic needs.

Who We Serve

Hope Network's primary service area is the Raytown C-2 Consolidated School District. Raytown is a community of approximately 29,486 people. The average income of households in Raytown is nearly $50,000; however, over 11 percent of households in the city earn less than $300 per week. Hope Network focuses its mission an assisting individuals and families at or below 150% of the Federal Poverty Guideline.

Contact

Need more information? Contact Executive Director Michele Workman at 816-778-1105 or michele.workman@hopenetworkraytown.org.