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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. 

Vision Fulfilled

In 2013, we served 7,100 patients, housed 354 families in supportive programs and started a new workforce development program. Celebrate our successes in our Annual Report. 

Stories of Hope

Community of Hope Saw Something In Me

When David Mitchell was laid off from his food service job at a DC charter school, he did not expect to be unemployed for long. He’d worked there successfully for six years, and his layoff was simply due to a budget cut. But three years and countless job interviews later, David was still unemployed. At 32-years-old and living with his grandmother, he lost his confidence and stopped looking for work.

So when David was handed a flyer for Community of Hope’s customer service soft skills training program last year, he looked at it skeptically. “Is this just another program,” he wondered, “or is this really going to help me?”