Hope for the City is a privately funded, 501(c)3 relief organization that was established by Dennis and Megan Doyle in 2000 to fight poverty, hunger and disease by utilizing corporate surplus. The Minnesota-based, non-profit organization collects overstock products from top retailers, medical companies, and food distributors nationwide and donates the items to people in need locally, across the country and around the world. Since its inception, Hope for the City has donated approximately $400 million in wholesale value of goods. Locally, Hope for the City distributes corporate surplus to non-profit organizations that serve the poor in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas. Hope for the City makes an incredible monthly impact on the non-profit organizations it serves. Our Community Partners reach 30,000 individuals in need each month. Because of their partnership with Hope for the City, they can now reach 40,000 individuals. In other words, Hope for the City touches approximately 10,000 individuals in need each month. Internationally, Hope For The City delivers medicines, medical supplies and equipment to developing countries all over the world. With our access to medical resources, we are able to equip a 4-5 story hospital with everything from hospital beds and exam tables, to supplies and medicines. One new resource, which we call “A Hospital in a Box” can literally get a hospital started anywhere in the world with just one container.
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|Location:||St. Louis Park, Minnesota|
|Address||7003 Oxford Street, St. Louis Park, Minnesota, 55426, USA|