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Voted a Washington Post Top Workplace in 2014, Community of Hope is a great place to work. Consider making a difference in the lives of DC families; explore our open positions today. 

Helping Hand

This winter, Community of Hope was a proud beneficiary of The Washington Post Helping Hand, a giving initiative that raised $213,000 for three local nonprofits. 

Strategic Growth

In the last 10 years, we grew to serve almost 7x as many homeless families and patients - thanks to your generosity and our focus on strategic goals. Read our 2015-2019 Strategic Plan here.

Stories of Hope

Marie Reed Advocacy Campaign a Success!

Community of Hope patients, staff, neighbors and you, our friends, came together to show their support for our Marie Reed Health Center, and their hard work has paid off! Thanks to the leadership of Mayor Muriel Bowser and Ward 1 Councilmember Brianne Nadeau, funds to include our Health Center in the Marie Reed Community Learning Center have been identified.

As you might know by now, the city is planning a major modernization of the Marie Reed Learning Center, which houses an elementary school, a recreation center, other services and Community of Hope’s Marie Reed Health Center. The modernization plan is great news for the Adams Morgan neighborhood.