2018 Recipient of the Small and Mighty grant
"Small grants, big impact: Charitable groups are among 24 nonprofits serving Allegheny County that will share in a newly announced round of grants totaling $341,000 through The Pittsburgh Foundation’s “Small and Mighty” program — a funding mechanism available to small to mid-sized nonprofits that demonstrate community-impact bang for their charitable buck."
Through generous monthly donations from the Pastors and members of Abiding Faith Ministry totaling more than $10,000, H.O.P.E. expanded the K.E.Y.S. to the Promise Program to serve more youth and families in the West End of Pittsburgh. In Kind donations offered transportation for field trips.
Amrock's dedication to community accountability and creating a culture of servant leaders has led to the company's team donating both time and money to H.O.P.E. for Tomorrow. Whether setting up for the Business Bee or Banquet or cashing checks for the cause, Amrock has always been a stakeholder for H.O.P.E.!
"We streamline the real estate experience, making it faster and easier for everyone."
Vernard Alexander turned 46 in April of 2018 and had one goal in mind, use his social media presence to raise $4600 for H.O.P.E. Through his charismatic personality, laser focus and friends and family support, the #ConnectingKing raised over $13,000 in only six weeks!
His business, CKV Suites is a new multi-functional space opening in Homewood!
The space will be a combination of Co-Working, Pop Up Retail and Event Space.
Through the nomination of long time supporter and Manager of Staffing, Lynnette Haygood, Wexford Health Sources Inc.'s Employee Engagement Council (EEC) donated to H.O.P.E. for Tomorrow in Spring, 2019. Every year, their employees nominate nearly a dozen worthwhile charities for which Wexford Health will spend a year raising money. The EEC reviews the nominations and chooses up to four charities to support. In 2018, H.O.P.E. was one of three charities that Wexford Health's EEC elected to support!
Wexford Health Sources, the nations leading innovative correctional health care company, provides clients with experienced management and technologically advanced services, combined with programs that control costs while ensuring quality.
A supporter of H.O.P.E. and advocate for District 2, Councilwoman Smith not only attends H.O.P.E. functions, she works hard to allot CDBG funds to assist with programming.
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