New Hope Ministries

Last Updated on September 14, 2022 by Danielle McDonald

Basic Food Needs

All of the Centers are available and safely providing service for those who need them.

For assistance, call the nearest Center to where you live. It may be necessary to leave a message, but let the staff get back to you in time. To receive assistance, you must be within the service area. If you are not within the service area, however, please call 2-1-1 for assistance or visit www.211.org.

The guests include:

  • Working people who are simply unable to make ends meet
  • Senior citizens with fixed incomes
  • People with disabilities or illnesses
  • Victims of job loss or spousal abandonment
  • People going through other crises

Are you interested in more Free Money Grants and Government Grants for Individuals?

Guests receive assistance with their basic needs, such as:

Did you have a look at the Texas Rent Relief Program?

Are You in Need of Help?

Please call or stop by the nearest New Hope Ministries Center Monday through Friday. For the available hours and locations, click here.

Emergency Response Fund

New Hope Ministries is concerned about the plight of our neighbors who are facing eviction or losing unemployment benefits. In addition, there’s a lack of affordable and available housing. The New Hope Ministries is prepared to help you and assist in getting people back to work. Take a look at the career fairs that are coming up on the calendar. Did you know that there are job training programs that will help you get a job to support your family? Contact the Center nearest to you to get started. New Hope Ministries still offers hope and help!

Call New Hope Ministries at (717) 432-2087 if you are in financial distress due to COVID-19.

For a complete listing of the locations and a map of the service areas, click here.

The PA 2-1-1 helpline is available to provide referrals and information on health and human services for those who live outside of the service area. Please dial 2-1-1 on your phone.

Mobile Food Pantry

The New Hope Ministries’ mobile food pantry allows the guests to get food even if they are unable to visit one of the 8 Centers.

No appointment is necessary to use the Mobile Food Pantry. It is open to everyone. Simply show up at the designated times to be enrolled and to receive food. Are you unable to make it to the Mobile Pantry because of transportation issues? You can discuss your options with a representative! Call (717) 432-3053, ext. 308.

Volunteers are required to help with the Mobile Food Pantry Program. If you can lend your help, it will be great! Please fill out the following form for your application today!

  • Abbottstown– St. John’s Lutheran Church at 100 Water St., Abbottstown PA 17301
  • East Berlin – Trinity Lutheran Church at 117 W. King Street, East Berlin PA 17316
  • Goldsboro – 103 W. Broadway, Goldsboro PA 17319
  • Gardners – Idaville United Brethren Church, 3590 Carlisle Road, Gardners PA 17324
  • Lewisberry –  Lewisberry United Methodist Church, 309 Market Street, Lewisberry PA 17339
  • Susquehanna View – Susquehanna View Apartments, 208 Senate Avenue, Camp Hill PA 17011 *Boxes Only*
  • York Haven –Ambassador’s Bible Chapel, 3000 York Haven Rd, Manchester, PA 17345
  • York Springs – York Springs United Methodist Church, 840 Trolley Road, York Springs PA 17372.
  • Country View Mobile Home Park– 151 Roland Rd, East Berlin, PA 17316
  • Paradise Homes Community – 71 Mobile Drive, Thomasville, PA 17364 *Boxes Only*
  • Middlesex Elementary School – 250 N Middlesex Rd, Carlisle, PA 17013
  • Fairview Bethel Church of God– 800 Old Forge Rd, New Cumberland, PA 17070
  • Boiling Springs Citizens Fire Co. – 405 Forge Rd, Boiling Springs, PA 17007
  • Red Land High School – 560 Fishing Creek Rd, Lewisberry, PA 17339
  • Wellsville – Grace United Methodist Church, 85 York St, Wellsville, PA 17365
  • Budget Inn New Cumberland – 110 Limekiln Rd, New Cumberland, PA 17070

Stability & Workforce Development Programs

Employment Opportunities

Job Training Programs Flier

You should also take a look at Financial Aid Available for Certain Families That Lost Employment Due to COVID-19.

Service Area

Administrative Office

(For receipt of donations)

P.O. Box 448

99 W. Church Street

Dillsburg, PA 17019

Monday through Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm

Contact Information

P: 717-432-2087

Don’t hesitate to call for the most current and accurate information.

For fundraising or donation questions: [email protected]

For general questions: [email protected]

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