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Main Office:

25182 W River Rd 

Perrysburg, OH 43551, USA

Warehouse: 

905 Farnsworth Rd

Waterville, OH 43566

IMPACT WITH HOPE spends more than $0.98 out of every $1.00 directly on the people we serve. We are proud to have received Charity Navigator's trusted 3-star rating. 

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IMPACT WITH HOPE seeks to surpass industry standards with our financial transparency, striving to be someone you can trust with your partnership. Visit Guidestar for our financial history and other details. 

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Mission Statement

 

IMPACT WITH HOPE's mission is to Reach Out and Serve Others by mending broken bodies, bones, and hearts, feeding hungry families, responding to disasters, and investing in communities throughout the world.

Statement of Faith

 

IMPACT WITH HOPE bases its ministry on the following statement of faith:

We believe the Bible to be the inspired, the only infallible, authoritative Word of God. 1 Thessalonians 2:13; 2 Timothy 3:15-17.

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Core Values

 

The underlying principle on which IMPACT WITH HOPE operates is summarized by the following seven principles: Principle one: A holistic awareness
To promote the healthy development of a child, it is necessary to consider the child as a whole.

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Local Efforts To Help Hurricane Harvey Survivors Continue

September 9, 2017

Source Channel 11 News:

TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) -

 

As Florida residents brace for Hurricane Irma, relief efforts continue in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

 

Students at Anthony Wayne Middle School loaded a UPS Freight Truck Wednesday with supplies to help victims of Hurricane Harvey. 

"I didn't think there would be this much stuff, but it was a lot of stuff that came," student and organizers Claire Harris said.  

 

It all started when Harris heard UPS Freight was collecting donations for Harvey victims. She spearheaded a similar drive at Anthony Wayne.

 

In just three days, the school collected about 50 buckets worth of supplies. 

 

"It's just an absolutely, unbelievably, resounding support from the community that I live in and it's very impressive to say the least," Claire's dad and UPS Freight Service Center Manager Tom Harris said. 

 

UPS Freight will now deliver the items to Impact for Hope, which will send them down to Texas.

 

In addition to supplies, Hurricane Harvey victims also need money.

In response to this need, the United Way has started a fund for Harvey victims. The organization says it is really the best way to help survivors long term. 

 

"All that money goes directly, 100 percent, towards those efforts, that relief recovery," United Way V.P. of Communications and brand strategy Kate Fineske said.

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