Project HOPES provides support services to help strengthen families with young children. There are moments in life when parents get stressed and overwhelmed by all the different situations they face. Children with challenging behaviors Pressures of being a parent Lack of support Unique parenting structures
Project HOPE is a global health and humanitarian relief organization, committed to transforming lives by empowering healthcare workers around the world.
Project Hope & Empowerment ~ Leveraging Possibilities Our Mission. Project HELP's mission is to ensure the educational rights and protections due under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act to all students experiencing homelessness.
MPA-Project HOPE Austin MPA-Project HOPE Austin Mission Statement Helping Others Pursue Excellence The mission of Project HOPE is to empower inner city youth and families to live positive,productive and successful lives.
The Hope Project exists to provide Christians the opportunity to minister to orphans and children in foster care. We raise awareness of needs in our community and beyond, provide for tangible needs (such as food and clothing), and directly minster to children in local children's homes and shelters.
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First time HOPE volunteer, Austin Wideman, deployed to Indonesia over the weekend to film content related to Project HOPE's Maternal Child Health programs in-country. He hit the ground running, and we are so excited to see the great videos he will produce :) Check him out in action.
My son had a special wish for his birthday. He wanted me to create an organization to help Puerto Rico. While starting another company did not fit into...
Project HOPE offers free and confidential HIV/STI testing, a variety of linkage and navigation services, health resources and more to LGBT individuals and other men who have sex with men.
Welcome to the HOPE Outdoor Gallery, our community paint park located at 11th & Baylor St. in downtown Austin, TX. This educational project is managed by the non-profit HOPE Events and was ofcially launched in March 2011 with the help of contemporary artist Shepard Fairey.