As we enter the holiday season, please know that we count your support and partnership among our greatest blessings. Thank you for all the ways you give of your time, talents and finances - we could not do this work without you.
We would like to share the following video as a small token of our thanks:
Are you a servant? Are you a leader? Are you an outstanding student? Are you a HYC alum?
Choose to serve in one of our 28 awesome sites as part of the 2016 HOPE Youth Corps and Singles Corps! Registration is now open and with this many great sites, spots are sure to fill up quickly! Learn more at hopeww.org.
Do you want to learn how to run a local program that meets your local needs? Would you like in-depth training on how to run an effective program that impacts the poor and underserved in your community? Join us as we explore how to create and sustain programs, both local and national, that will meet the real needs of your community.
An intense and historic flood disaster, unrelated to Hurricane Joaquin, but influenced by it, continues to unfold with South Carolina taking the brunt of the tropical deluge. Some communities near Charleston have recorded more than two feet of rain in three days.
A new era begins today as Robert Carrillo becomes only the third chief executive officer in the 24-year history of HOPE worldwide, which serves more than 1.5 million poor and needy people each year in more than 70 countries around the world.