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Building Community Check-ins on Hiatus

The speed with which the Coronavirus pandemic turned our lives upside-down was a shock to everyone, and doubly so to families living paycheck to paycheck or people new to our country with limited English language skills. To help our residents and neighbors fight “quarantine shock,” Hope Communities produced and aired a series of “Building Community Check-ins” via Facebook Live. In 50 episodes of about 30 minutes each, Hope staff as well as subject experts shared resources and services to help people secure the necessities of life (e.g. food and rent), maintain physical and mental health, cope with schools being out, and deal with many other concerns. Though we stopped doing the weekly check-ins at the end of September, we have archived all episodes on YouTube for viewing anytime. Look for a list of titles on this website, then click on the links to access individual episodes.

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

BOOK REVIEWS

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

What’s New at Hope Communities?

2019 Annual Report, Financials, Impact Page online

2019 Annual Report, Financials, Impact Page online

A core value of Hope Communities is Integrity. Because we understand the need for financial transparency and accountability, we are always happy to provide documentation to demonstrate how we are responsibly managing and protecting investments in Hope to fulfill our mission. Thus, we are pleased to share with you Hope…
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Resource navigators are heroes!

Resource navigators are heroes!

Resource navigators are heroes! Thank you Enterprise Community Partners for highlighting the important work Community Resource Navigators like Hope Communities’ Amber Owens do every day. So grateful to Amber and all our Resource Navigators for their unwavering commitment to community, justice and equity.  
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Hope welcomes new navigator/interpreter for refugee clients

Hope welcomes new navigator/interpreter for refugee clients

Hope Communities is excited to welcome Lailey Hashem to the Hope family. Lailey is joining us as a Dari Community Navigator and Interpreter for our THRIVE program. (Dari is the most widely spoken language in Afghanistan.) (more…)
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In solidarity with our community

In solidarity with our community

We made a public statement about events in the past week on our recent Facebook Live show, but we want to share that message more broadly with our community. We at Hope Communities are devastated about the death of George Floyd, and the many other incidents of racism and “above-the-law”…
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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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