“We couldn’t have done it without you,” is something we hear a lot at H.O.P.E. And while the success of our single-parent graduates is owed in large part to their hard work and dedication, we know how much that extra bit of support really meant.
From helping them find childcare to arranging for rent assistance, and even just being there along the way if things get tough. We’re proud to say that we’ve helped over 70 single parents in Atlanta graduate from four-year colleges, with many of them able to double their incomes as a result.
Help Us Do More
And while we’re grateful for all that we’ve been able to achieve (with the support of donors like you!), we’re always looking to do more. In the spirit of this season of giving, and in honor of Georgia Gives Day (12/1) on #GivingTuesday, we’re asking again for your support.
By giving as little as $10, you can help us open a savings account for a single parent. If you’re able to donate $25, you’ll pay for one of our participants to receive personal finance training. Larger donations will help us secure things like counseling for our single-parent students, or even allow us to pay for a full week of childcare, or a month of rent assistance.
We’re dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty in our community, one single parent at a time. Help us meet our goal this #GivingTuesday (12/1) by making a donation to our holistic program that’s changing the lives of parents and children in Atlanta.
Help us help them!
Here at HOPE, we’re dedicated to helping single parents of Metro Atlanta through education.
Our program plays a key role in social justice by ensuring that our participants, 95% of whom are African American, are able to obtain their college degrees and secure future wealth, opportunities, and privileges in our society.