Hancock Hope House

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Hancock Hope House has been serving the homeless residents of Hancock, Shelby and Rush counties for the past 22 years.  The shelter has a bed capacity of 35, serving men, women and families.  The shelter runs a support program to assist in returning to a sustainable housing situation.  Over 4,500 nights of shelter are provided each year in our community.

Volunteer Champion:  Marna Guenin

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Keith and Marna moved to Greenfield in 2010 and began attending Park Chapel. It did not take long to decide Park Chapel was the place for them. They became involved very quickly with various service areas and continue to be blessed by the fellowship, serving opportunities and by Dave and Danny and their clear teaching of God’s word. Keith and Marna will celebrate 55 years of marriage this year (2016). They have three married children and six grandchildren.  They love Greenfield and living five minutes from anything they could possibly need or want!

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