What's New at Hope

What’s New at Hope Communities?

Here Are the Recipes!

Here Are the Recipes!

On May 15th , we featured recipes and tips for cooking with foods that are normally found in food pantries, food boxes, or favored in the SNAP and WIC programs. They essentially use beans, rice, onions, peppers and eggs as a common thread – among other ingredients to make the…
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HOPE COMBATS FOOD INSECURITY

HOPE COMBATS FOOD INSECURITY

With the Coronavirus crisis, many throughout our communities are learning what Hope Communities has known for 40 years: our social safety nets are not supporting the need that exists. So many people throughout our state, our country and our world are living on the edge of a very thin cliff with…
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Deep gratitude for Hope staff & all essential workers

Deep gratitude for Hope staff & all essential workers

A message from Sharon Knight, President & CEO of Hope Communities There has been a groundswell of acknowledgement for the essential workers helping all of us get through this pandemic. I am so grateful for the medical teams, grocery workers, first responders, and government staff who are contributing their efforts to support our communities.…
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COVID-19: What we are LEARNING

COVID-19: What we are LEARNING

Hope is working diligently to help residents who have lost their jobs or had a reduction in wages as a result of the virus to secure emergency rent funds. Many residents have service industry jobs that have closed down, and do not pay workers who cannot be on the job.…
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COVID-19: What we are DOING

COVID-19: What we are DOING

As part of our mission, Hope Communities provides programs and support services to anyone from our properties and surrounding neighborhoods, free of charge. Staff works with the most vulnerable in our communities, to help them find and maintain housing, meet basic needs, and gain education and skills they need to…
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COVID-19: What YOU have been doing (THANK YOU!)

COVID-19: What YOU have been doing (THANK YOU!)

In mid-March, when the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic became clear, we reached out to you, our friends and neighbors, asking for help. The response has been remarkable, and we are so grateful to our community for supporting our efforts to raise emergency funds, donate items, and volunteer to support…
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Check In with Hope
on Facebook Live

Hope Communities is fighting quarantine shock with a series of check-ins via Facebook Live. We’ll talk resources and services, physical and mental health, and whatever concerns our community. You can comment or ask questions during the session—and if you can’t tune in for the livestream, all past check-ins are available for viewing anytime.

In the fourth check-in (April 6), Hope President & CEO Sharon Knight shows how to make a face mask from a bandanna.

Building Community Check-Ins
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
3:00 p.m.

Looking for a good book? Our Building Community Check-Ins include

BOOK REVIEWS

with great advice on all sorts of reading to help you through the lockdown and beyond!

Check In with Hope
on Facebook Live

Hope Communities is fighting quarantine shock with a series of check-ins via Facebook Live. We’ll talk resources and services, physical and mental health, and whatever concerns our community. You can comment or ask questions during the session—and if you can’t tune in for the livestream, all past check-ins are available for viewing anytime.

In the fourth check-in (April 6), Hope President & CEO Sharon Knight shows how to make a face mask from a bandanna.

Building Community Check-Ins
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
3:00 p.m.

Looking for a good book? Our Building Community Check-Ins include

BOOK REVIEWS

with great advice on all sorts of reading to help you through the lockdown and beyond!

What’s New at Hope Communities?

Here Are the Recipes!

Here Are the Recipes!

On May 15th , we featured recipes and tips for cooking with foods that are normally found in food pantries, food boxes, or favored in the SNAP and WIC programs. They essentially use beans, rice, onions, peppers and eggs as a common thread – among other ingredients to make the…
Read Morearrow_forward
HOPE COMBATS FOOD INSECURITY

HOPE COMBATS FOOD INSECURITY

With the Coronavirus crisis, many throughout our communities are learning what Hope Communities has known for 40 years: our social safety nets are not supporting the need that exists. So many people throughout our state, our country and our world are living on the edge of a very thin cliff with…
Read Morearrow_forward
Deep gratitude for Hope staff & all essential workers

Deep gratitude for Hope staff & all essential workers

A message from Sharon Knight, President & CEO of Hope Communities There has been a groundswell of acknowledgement for the essential workers helping all of us get through this pandemic. I am so grateful for the medical teams, grocery workers, first responders, and government staff who are contributing their efforts to support our communities.…
Read Morearrow_forward
COVID-19: What we are LEARNING

COVID-19: What we are LEARNING

Hope is working diligently to help residents who have lost their jobs or had a reduction in wages as a result of the virus to secure emergency rent funds. Many residents have service industry jobs that have closed down, and do not pay workers who cannot be on the job.…
Read Morearrow_forward
COVID-19: What we are DOING

COVID-19: What we are DOING

As part of our mission, Hope Communities provides programs and support services to anyone from our properties and surrounding neighborhoods, free of charge. Staff works with the most vulnerable in our communities, to help them find and maintain housing, meet basic needs, and gain education and skills they need to…
Read Morearrow_forward
COVID-19: What YOU have been doing (THANK YOU!)

COVID-19: What YOU have been doing (THANK YOU!)

In mid-March, when the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic became clear, we reached out to you, our friends and neighbors, asking for help. The response has been remarkable, and we are so grateful to our community for supporting our efforts to raise emergency funds, donate items, and volunteer to support…
Read Morearrow_forward