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Operation hope was created to make a difference in the lives of hard working migrant laborers and their families. With numerous diverse individuals and corporate partners, Operation Hope seeks to improve the sometimes-desperate living conditions of those that labor so tirelessly. Operation Hope accepts donations of food, clothing and other household necessities and distributes these to migrant workers and their families.
Operation Hope was founded in 1997 by Jesse Zermeño who recognized the plight of Florida's migrant workers. Individuals are rallied and their efforts and donations are channeled to serve the greatest good. Our strong resolve to improve these living conditions is demonstrated weekly when volunteers are assembled to distribute donations of food, clothing and household items to the needy. Not only do Operation Hope volunteers offer these necessary resources, but they offer words of encouragement and support as well.
What They Do and Where Help is Needed
Volunteers are needed at the facility off Route 512 organizing and sorting food and clothes.
Operation Hope accepts donations of food, clothing and other household necessities and distributes these to migrant workers and their families. Every Saturday food is distributed in two locations, Fellsmere and Vero Beach.
Help is needed in organizing, planning and distribution pertaining to these events.
Join in on the logistics of Operation hope and see how things run behind the scenes. Work along side the President and the Vice President of Operation Hope.
Work with the children of the migrant workers in helping shape their tomorrow by tutoring the children in reading.
Come meet the people. Your heart will never forget.
Please visit the Operation Hope website to find out how you can make a difference.