At Common Hope, we know that unfortunate events can happen at the drop of a dime and such events can cause added stress and strain to the families we serve. We also understand that in order to move ahead and cope with a difficult situation, one’s basic needs must be met. Although we would like […]
Archive | April, 2015
All of us at Common Hope feel extremely fortunate to collaborate with such wonderful, dedicated volunteers. We know that without them, we wouldn’t be able to achieve the same results that we are seeing today. National Volunteer Week is April 12-18, and we think it’s the perfect opportunity to highlight all the great work our volunteers […]
My family is new to Common Hope. My parents wanted my siblings and I to receive an education but they were not able to afford to send us to school. I am 8 years old, in 1st grade and have a dog named Bear.
You can call me Isaías. My family has already taken advantage of the Common Hope programs and is now living in a fibrolite home. When I grow up I want to be a firefighter or a cop, but for now I am studying in in 1st grade.
My family joined the Common Hope program just this year. We are very poor and my parents had a hard time keeping my siblings and I in school. My dream is to one day graduate and become a teacher.
My parents want my siblings and I to graduate from high school. They are having a hard time finding jobs so they reached out to Common Hope for help because they were not able to afford school supplies.