In 1983, Victory Ministries started delivering food to people in need out of the trunk of a car. Since this humble beginning, tens of thousands of individuals have been assisted.
The first Center of Hope opened in Whitehall in 2016 to serve residents in Central Ohio. The center is a place where individuals and families can find hope and help in their critical time of need. Several services are available, including emergency services, counseling, a free medical clinic, a choice pantry, educational services, and employment assistance.
In 2019, a Center of Hope chapter was opened in Bladensburg, Ohio to serve the needs of people living in nearby rural communities. Since March 2020, this location has provided groceries and other supports for thousands of people, including seniors and families who are working but struggling to make ends meet.
Our Bladensburg, Ohio facility sits in an ideal location to serve the needs of residents living in rural Ohio. Both in-house and mobile services are offered. Once updates and necessary repairs are completed on our facility, we plan to make the best use of every square foot of our space. The graphic below gives an overview of our vision.