Now in our 20th year 

 Since 2003, the Center has been here for people in need, in growth, and in prosperity through these vital services:

Basic Needs (food & diapers)
Education & Training
Workforce Development & Community Connection

Our goal is to provide the basic needs and educational opportunities needed for low-income individuals in our community to become financially independent.



In April 2023, 2,974 families received food. In 2021 there were 63,498 visits to the Center for food. In 2022: 81,438. Food insecurity is real, and the number of visitors for food assistance is growing. 


An average of 1,900 families receive assistance at the Center each week. If you're having trouble buying food or diapers, we can help.


The Center distributed 33,020 diapers in April 2023. In 2021, there were 6,992 visits to the Center for diapers. In 2022, 9,747. You can make an immediate difference for young children who don't have enough diapers to stay clean, dry, and healthy. Donate to the Center today.


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On our fixed income, it's been difficult to buy enough food for healthy meals lately. We come to the Center a couple of times a month to make sure we have enough food. Thank you.

George and Kathy, food clients View All Testimonials
george and kathy

Diapers are expensive, and our little guy goes through a LOT of them. Being able to get some diapers from the Center every month really helps. Thank you.

Ron and Sarah, diaper clients View All Testimonials
ron and sarah

Shana and Eric both worked multiple jobs to support their small family. But now, with rising prices, they can't afford to buy enough food for their family. "It was hard to admit we needed help, but the Center made it easy to get food and diapers," said Shana.

Now, the family gets regular distributions of food and diapers, and Shana is pursuing an associate's degree through the POP scholarship program. She and Eric are both looking forward to the stability that will come with her new career. Thank you.

Shana and Eric, food and diaper clients, POP scholarship recipient View All Testimonials
shana, eric and family

Sarah and Mark welcomed their son, Hunter, in January. He's a ray of sunshine in their lives, but also a new source of stress. When they went to buy diapers, they were blindsided by the cost—the price had doubled since their last baby was in diapers. Expenses added up quickly, and they started falling behind.

"We were out of money. Then we ran out of diapers. It was awful. We visit the Center every month for diapers now. Thank you."

Sarah and Mark, diaper clients View All Testimonials
sarah and hunter

Thanks to the POP scholarship program, I went from scraping by to providing a good life for my son, Xavier. My new career as a surgical tech has steady hours, a good salary, paid time off and full benefits. I finally caught up on past-due bills, and I'm working on saving money and improving my credit so I can buy a house with a yard for Xavier.Thank you.

Zach, POP scholarship recipient View All Testimonials
Zach and his son Xavier