Mission of Hope

Welcome to Mission of Hope!

It is indeed hard for many to imagine the dire poverty and living conditions that still exist, in many rural areas even today. Lack of jobs and opportunities is an ongoing serious problem in rural Appalachia. At Mission of Hope we extend a helping hand and bring a bright ray of sunshine and Hope to those who might not have much otherwise.

Get Involved / Volunteer

See how you can help us spread the Hope to rural appalachian families in need. We need volunteers throughout the year to help with our many ministries.

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Thank you for the compassionate support as we share our love, concern and Hope for these proud and deserving families.

Learn More About MOH

Last year because of your generosity, we were able to help over 17,000 children and their families with food, clothes, toys and hygiene items.


Many of the people we assist are caught in the pockets of poverty and as a result have lost all hope for their future. With your help and with God’s love we can help bring new hope to many.

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  • Only 3 More Mentors Needed

We have now been privileged to award 15 new scholarships and we were able to give each winner their scholarship, shake their hand, and wish them all the success in the world. And now we want to have a Mission of Hope Mentor Friend for each new scholarship student. We also want to thank each of our […]

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  • Handicap Ramp Project

Greetings Dear Friends…From The HOPE. We have been blessed and privileged to help extend true hope in many ways. And we got to do that again this week in the way of building a much needed handicap ramp for a lady in Scott County, TN who has some very serious health challenges. We never charge […]

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Mission Pack the Bus
  • Mission Pack the Bus

The Pinnacle at Turkey Creek presents “Mission Pack the Bus”. Help pack the school bus with all of the kinds of much needed back to school supplies that we will need here at the Mission of Hope. We’re serving more than 10,000 Appalachian children in 27 rural elementary schools in both Northeast TN & Southeast […]

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