Food for Those in Need
Circle of Hope Community Center's Food Pantry drive-thru located at 2900 West Pecan Street in Pflugerville is currently open every Monday and Friday from 8-11am to provide bread, fresh fruit, produce, frozen meats, dairy products, and non-perishable food to our neighbors in need. For detailed instructions regarding our Monday & Friday distribution procedures, please click here. If you are a first-time visitor to our food pantry, you must first come on either the second our fourth Thursday of the month between 11am-1pm to register and receive your Client Card; please click here to fill out registration form to bring with you on first visit.
We also partner on the first Tuesday of each month with Central Texas Food Bank to provide a drive-thru Mobile Food Pantry at The Pfield Stadium parking lot located at 1440 West Pecan Street in Pflugerville from 8-10am that provides produce, frozen meat, dairy, and non-perishable food.
Providing food for those in need is one of our core missions, as we partner with local business and the community to serve our fellow neighbor. Our whole team of volunteers is committed to this vital purpose. Currently, our food pantry serves over 2,000 families (over 8,000 individuals) each month who visit us from Pflugerville, Round Rock, Hutto, Austin, Georgetown, Taylor, Cedar Park, and Leander!
RESOURCE & LEARNING CENTER
Helping The Community
At Circle of Hope Community Center, we are dedicated to supporting individuals through our various initiatives. With equal access to resources and learning, people in our community can become empowered individuals with the ability to chase their dreams, and use the tools they need to build the life they want. Visit our Resources Page for a continually updated list of food, medical, senior living, human services, and learning resources. To watch our 6-week BEYOND BUDGETING Masterclass, visit facebook.com/circleofhopecommunitycenter/photos/a.1865270890460762/2625111224476721/.
Assistance For Families
One of our primary goals is to help families achieve their goals of self-sufficiency. Through Project Hope, we assist low-income families with needs such as school supplies, shoes, clothing, coats, and Christmas gifts. We also help homeless families as they transition from temporary to permanent residence with necessities such as furniture, appliances, housewares, and personal items.