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homeless children in North Texas each night


children served annually

$2.5 million

worth of critical needs items distributed annually


diapers distributed each week


organizations in our network


Who We Are

Hope Supply Co. was founded in 1989 as The Hope Foundation for the Homeless, serving as a clearinghouse of donated resources. During the early 1990's, mothers with babies and children became the fastest growing segment of the homeless population. Because of this alarming trend, the Board of Directors voted to focus the mission on meeting the needs of the most vulnerable in our community, homeless and at-risk children. In 2015, we re-branded to Hope Supply Co. to better reflect our commitment to providing hope for children.

As a community we must remember that their problems are our problems


We meet the critical needs of homeless children across North Texas by providing necessities including diapers, clothing, school supplies, toys and programs to enhance their lives.

Agency Testimonial

“Hope Supply Company is such a blessing! Our shelter serves over 300 children a year and a large portion of those are infants and toddlers. With the help of HSC, we are able to provide the basic infant needs for our families. This allows them to focus on recovery and creating a better life for themselves and their children. Thank you, Hope Supply Co!” - Dallas Life


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Giving Hope

We provide homeless children ages 0-18 with the essentials their parents are unable to provide, like diapers, wipes, ointments, formula, food, clothes and toys. Without these necessities, infants’ immune systems could be greatly damaged, leading to future health problems.  For more information about the impact of clean diapers on families, read this article from the National Diaper Bank Network.

Education breaks the cycle of homelessness, so we provide school supplies, backpacks and uniforms. This way children and parents can focus on the future, rather than their unmet needs.

Recreational Activities

We make it possible for our children to participate in activities outside their current situation. Our Spring Break Cowboy Camp, Summer Splash for Hope at Hawaiian Falls, Back to School Event and Holiday Hope on Wheels give our children a chance to have fun and learn about the world around them.

The Hope in a Box

Joy in a dire situation. Our Hope in a Box Program consists of Hygiene Boxes and Birthday Boxes. You choose which one you or your group would enjoy. Birthday boxes are gift wrapped shoe boxes filled with small gifts and surprises for a child of a specified age and gender. Hygiene boxes are clear, plastic shoe box size boxes filled with hygiene items appropriate for a specific age and gender.  You can click  here to download our Hygiene Box and Birthday Box specifications.

What We Do

Hope Supply Co maintains a large warehouse and procures, stores and delivers critically needed items for our children including diapers, wipes, hygiene items, school supplies, school uniforms and toys. These items are distributed to our 60 partner agencies. Together we bring hope to homeless children and their families. Below is a list of our Hope Bringer partners.


Aids Services of Dallas
Bridges Safehouse
Brighter Tomorrows 
Bryan's House
Carter's House
Catholic Charities of Dallas
Center for Transforming Lives
City House
Crossroads Community Services
Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center
Dallas CASA
Dallas Life Foundation
D.I.S.D. Homeless Education Program
Diapers Etc. 
Exodus Ministries
Family Gateway
Family Promise of Irving
For the Nations: Refugee Outreach
Genesis Women's Shelter
Grand Prairie United Charities
H.O.M.E.S. - Parkland
Homeless Coalition of Dallas
Hope's Door New Beginning Center
Hopeful Solutions
Housing Crisis Center
Interfaith Family Services
Johnson County Family Crisis Center
Jonathan's Place (Kidnet)
KIPP Destiny Elementary
Metrocare Services
Metrocrest Services
Mission Arlington/Metroplex
Mosaic Family Services 
My Chosen Ones
Nexus Recovery Center
Northwest Community Center
Operation Community Care
Presbyterian Night Shelter
Promise House (Wesley Inn)
Rainbow Days
Refugee Services of Texas: Dallas & Fort Worth
Safe Haven: Arlington
Safe Haven: Ft. Worth
Salvation Army: Arlington
Salvation Army: Dallas 
Salvation Army: Fort Worth
Services of Hope 
Shared Housing
S.W.A.G.G. Programs
Tarrant County Community Development
Texas Muslim Women's Foundation
The Family Place
The Main Place
The Samaritan Inn
Under 1 Roof
Union Gospel Mission: Dallas
Union Gospel Mission of Tarrant County
Vickery Meadow Food Pantry and Clothes Closet
Vogel Alcove
White Rock Center of Hope

Hope Leaders

Board of Directors

Rob Snyder

Justin Bauer

Eric Williams

Directors at Large

David J. Colletti, Jr

Patti O'Meara

Michael Alberse

Grant Ferrell

Samantha L. Durst

Pam Squires

Debra Terry Gray

Kim Hext

Paula Beasley

Susan Glassmoyer
Crystal Charity Ball Board Representative


Barbara Johnson
Office: 214-630-5765
ext 316

Brenda Cannon
Vice President of Mission
Office: 214-630-5765
ext 318

Liz Muth
Community Relations & Development
Office: 214-630-5765
ext 317

Robert Dudley
Warehouse Manager
Office: 214-630-5765
ext 322

Kristin Simenc
Development Project Manager
Office: 214-630-5765
ext 319

Randy Mayfield
Distribution Specialist
Office: 214-630-5765
ext 320

Adam's Story

The policeman was nice. He dropped us off at a place called a shelter. My Mom says it's temporary. I hope that word does not mean a very long time. When my Dad left to find a job it was temporary and I haven't seen him for a long time. My Dad gave me an Army coat like his but I had to leave it in my room in our old house. I miss my room. I had lots of stuff in there. Like my school uniform and backpack with pencils and paper and colors. Maybe I won't have to go to school tomorrow 'cause the shelter is so far from my school. Anyway, I don't have my school uniform.

My mom cries when I talk about my uniform. I don't like to see my mom cry. My baby sisters cry, too. My mom says they won't cry so much if she could get diapers for them. They are babies. I'm not going to cry. Well, not when my mom is around. It makes her sad.

The shelter is good. It has a bathroom and books to read. They say we might get a room to live in if we have to stay a long time. I don't want to stay a long time but I don't like this really big room. It has lots of people and beds. My mother, my two sisters, and me only have two small beds to sleep in. And the men outside are kinda scary. But my mom says we are safe and warm.

Today a man came in a van that said "Hope Supply Co." He gave me a coat, school uniforms and a backpack filled with all the things I need for school. He gave us diapers and formula for my baby sister. I like Hope Supply Co. I can wear my new uniform to school.

Help bring hope to kids like Adam.

Supply the Hope


News & Events

Event: 2018 Easter Basket Drive
Event Date:
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - 9:00am to Saturday, March 24, 2018 - 4:00pm
Event: Student Board Meeting
Event Date:
Saturday, February 17, 2018 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Event: Spring Break Cowboy Camp
Event Date:
Monday, March 12, 2018 - 9:00am to Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 3:30pm

February 2018

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
2018 Easter Basket Drive
02/14/2018 - 09:00 to 03/24/2018 - 16:00
02/17/2018 -
12:00 to 13:00
2018 Easter Basket Drive
02/14/2018 - 09:00 to 03/24/2018 - 16:00
2018 Easter Basket Drive
02/14/2018 - 09:00 to 03/24/2018 - 16:00