Night of Hope is made excellent each year by engaged and supportive community volunteers, as well as through the leadership of Local Churches (Host Churches). Host Churches take the lead in planning the details of each unique party held across different locations in HEB. Some parties may be outside with a drive-thru style event and some may be inside the school or church.
For more information and a brief description of volunteer roles, please click this link.
Adults and children can volunteer for Night of Hope. Adults and children 16 years or older are able to volunteer for Night of Hope on their own. Children younger than 16 would sign up to serve alongside a parent or chaperone. We do ask elementary aged children to volunteer at a school other than the one they attend as to protect the anonymity of their classmates and the families who will be attending.
Volunteer registration for the 2023 Night of Hope events will begin in November.