Ongoing activity throughout the year
WHOSE HELP IS REQUIRED
Mom, Dad or other grown-up (some adult facilitation/involvement required)
HOW IT MAKES A DIFFERENCE
People are hungry in our community. Even if employed, people earning minimum wage cannot afford both rent and food. People who are unhoused need not only a meal, but a place to feel welcomed. Hope’s Corner is addressing these needs every Saturday between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. by providing a nutritious breakfast and providing a bag lunch for each person to take. You can brighten the day for someone in our community who might otherwise feel hopeless.
Hope's Corner serves a free breakfast every Saturday at the corner of Hope and Mercy Streets in Downtown Mountain View. Help set up, serve and clean up at Hope's Corner breakfast. Visit with guests, if time allows. Families are welcome to serve together. Youth groups (up to 12 people) are welcome to serve with adult supervision. Shift #1: 7-9 am; Shift #2: 8:50-10:45 am. (Please help us respect our guests' privacy by not taking photographs.)
- Close-toed shoes
- Hair tied back (if applicable)
There are no prerequisites or special requirements other than being able to stand and follow instructions for the two hour shift.
Please go to Hope's Corner's website to sign up for a Saturday Breakfast Volunteer shift. If you would like to discuss bringing a group, contact Leslie via email to discuss possible dates that work for your group's size.
1. Visit the Hope's Corner's website to sign up for a Saturday Breakfast Volunteer shift.
2. Arrive at the beginning of your shift time on your designaed day at the Fellowship Hall at Trinity United Methodist Church, 748 Mercy Street, Mountain View, CA. This is where Hope's Corner serves the breakfast. (Be sure to wear close-toed shoes and have long hair tied back.)
3. Sign in and follow instructions provided, while learning about Hope's Corner!