Operation HOPE Celebrates its Entrepreneurs in Honor of National Entrepreneurship Month

  This month in recognition of President Obama’s proclamation honoring entrepreneurs, for National Entrepreneurship Month and November 18th for National Entrepreneurship Day, Operation HOPE is...

Pulling Communities Upward through Cross-Sector Relationships

As Operation HOPE increases its presence and impact across the country, we see that much of our success in working towards poverty eradication and community empowerment is in large part thanks to our community friends who support our vision and provide a helping hand on the ground. Many have heard the quote by Japanese poet Ryunosuke Satoro, “Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.” This is true not solely for an individual, a department, or even for those within a single company. This idea is the key to how nonprofit organizations, small businesses, grassroots efforts, and Fortune 500 Companies work with one another.

Claflin University Praises Operation HOPE’s Banking On Our Future College Edition

Recently Banking On Our Future (BOOF) College Edition received high praise from administration after a visit to Claflin University in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Being the National Program Manager I witness daily the impact of Banking On Our Future College Edition, but I'm bias so I thought I would share the testimony I recently received from Jennifer Holliday of the Office of Career Development - Service Learning and Community Service at Claflin University:

HOPE Furthers Giving

Operation HOPE is promoting #GivingTuesday, a movement dedicated to giving back celebrated on December 2nd. After camping outside of stores on Black Friday and rapid fire clicking from online shopping on Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday reminds us that the holidays are about more than exchanging Apple products. It is a day to donate time, money or items to help those in need.

HOPE Market CEO Los Angeles Lance Triggs Inspires Financial Dignity and Leadership for MBA Students at the American Jewish University

Invited by the American Jewish University to speak for their Fall 2014 Colloquium Series, Lance Triggs division president, Adult Empowerment, Market CEO for Los Angeles shared the five dimensions of leadership...

Operation HOPE Salutes its Successful Entrepreneurs in Honor of National Entrepreneurship Month, November 2014

President Barack Obama signs Proclamation, recognizing the importance of of entrepreneurs to the country’s economy  Since 1992, Operation HOPE has believed that entrepreneurs are integral to job...

Union Bank Partners with Operation HOPE to Teach Elementary School Students Financial Education at Sonoma Valley Boys & Girls Clubs

As part of its ongoing commitment to responsible banking and to help increase youth financial education, MUFG Union Bank, N.A., partnered with financial dignity nonprofit Operation HOPE (HOPE), and Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma Valley to educate elementary students about the basics of personal finance. Union Bank volunteers Robin Gold and Molly Fedorchak began teaching HOPE’s award-winning youth financial literacy program, Banking on Our Future, to members of Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma Valley on October 1. The five- week course culminated with a recognition ceremony to celebrate the students’ completion of the program on October 29.

Financial Freedom Begins at the Ballot Box

In the Oxford Dictionary the word freedom is defined as - “The power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint.” Tomorrow, Election Day, is an opportunity to express...

Stories of HOPE – Cesar Rascon

By Maurice Ayeboua, HBIAB/Casey Family Program Fellow Cesar Rascon was born in Mexico and immigrated to the United States at the age of 16 with his immediate family. He attended high school without knowledge...

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