“That was a huge turning point in my life where I saw my peers taking action on something that they cared about. I saw young leaders who were well prepared and researched and were connected to mentors, and connected to a broader community. So from there I went through the training and after the training, Hope has continued to provide a platform for me to act and to reflect and continue to grow and continue to learn.”
Hope has lasted through neighborhood devastation and disinvestment, believed in possibility, and created a working model for change.
Hope Community Garden. Photo: Bruce Silcox
Real Estate Development and Community Spaces
Hope Community exists today because we saw opportunity where others had given up. Hope’s development and renovation of affordable housing and related public spaces lift up our revitalization principles. More
Buildings alone do not make community. People must build a community. Hundreds of people each year are involved in youth and family activities, leadership and organizing, art and community projects, learning opportunities and community and cultural events.Our goal is to impact the larger community, so opportunities are not limited to Hope’s tenants. More