Project New Hope
About Project New Hope
Who We Are
To restore hope for all Veterans and their families where hope may have been lost.
Project New Hope is a New England-based, Military-affiliated, resource hub that finds and delivers the wellness resources needed by Veterans, Service Members, their families, and full units that have deployed together. Our network of support allows us the ability to identify and align the appropriate support by wrapping services and resources around the entire family.
Project New Hope was founded in 2010 and established in January 2011 by a disabled Air Force Veteran, William H. (Bill) Moore M.A. Our vision is one of hope for every Service Member, Veteran, as well as their spouse and or significant other who has felt the impact of military service. Our network of support allows us the ability to identify and align the appropriate support by wrapping services and resources around the entire family. We welcome Service Members and Veterans of all eras from across the United States.
We partner with organizations that provide support to families of Massachusetts Service Members fallen in service.
Project New Hope Inc. Non-Profit Veterans Organization has an office in Worcester and Westfield, Mass. Both of our locations have a Food pantry that are an essential community service to our Active-duty, National Guard, Reservists, and honorably discharged Veterans and their family.
Please contact either office to schedule a time slot to visit Food Pantry. Only one client will be allowed in the food pantry at one time to reduce any threat of spreading coronavirus. If you are experiencing a fever, sore throat or other ailment do not enter the building.
70 James Street, Suite 129A
Worcester, MA 01603
Hampton Ponds Plaza
1029 North Road, Suite #9
Westfield, MA 01085
- No Cost Retreats for PTSD, TBI, MST, LGBTQ, Women Veterans, and Caregivers
- Food Pantries – Westfield, MA; Worcester, MA; and ‘pop-up pantries’
- Baby Pantries – Expanded support into Vermont with our 3rd Baby Pantry – Westfield, MA; Worcester, MA; Randolph, VT
- Deployment Reunions for local units
- ‘Connecting-the-Dots’ Case Management Program
- Internship Veteran Peer Support Program
Programs and Support
Operation Jeepers Christmas
Project New Hope Inc. (PNH) “Operation Jeepers Christmas” offers an adopt-a-family program. Military & Veteran families who can show proof of need submit their wish lists to PNH and donors adopt the families by purchasing items from their wish lists for Christmas.
The mission of our Baby Pantries is to offer assistance for Military families in need of items to raise happy, healthy children. Our Baby Pantries are stocked with all brand new items, including clothing (size newborn to 5T), diapers, nursery essentials, baby food, formula and hygiene products.
The Project New Hope Inc. Back-to-School Brigade is in partnership with Operation Homefront and Dollar Tree annual school supply collection and distribution campaign. Last year, PNH distributed more than 1,000 backpacks filled with school supplies to Military kids across Massachusetts.
Nutrition Education Program
Project New Hope, Inc. Retreats now feature educational nutrition sessions. These sessions are customized to meet the needs of Military service members, Veterans and their families. These sessions are also designed to educate and empower participants with simple and sustainable, take-home strategies.
We are an organization made up of Veterans, Active Duty and their spouses and family who are dedicated to serve our Veteran and Active Duty Service Members who are struggling with Post Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injury.
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