Stories of HOPE – Dianne Shorte

By Jordan Hagedon, HOPE Corps Fellow Dianne Shorte is a wife, mother of three sons, marriage mentor, and legal secretary at the firm of Jeffery Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP.  Dianne is also completing...

 

First Tennessee Introduces Operation HOPE to Community Leaders 

Last week, First Tennessee Bank’s planning committee held a luncheon to introduce Operation HOPE to the local Memphis nonprofit community. Longtime community partners, who have supported First Tennessee’s...

 HCA Webinar “Preparing for Disaster,” Coming on September 11

You are invited to attend a one (1) hour web conference hosted by IRS Stakeholder Liaison, the Small Business Administration (SBA) and HOPE Coalition of America on preparing for disaster.  This web conference...

Denver Startup Week Recognizes the Talent and the Support to Build Success 

The following is a personal account of a HOPE Business In A Box Academies (HBIABA) Young Entrepreneur in Denver, Colorado. Garrett Williams presented his business plan and grant request to the Denver staff in August. Thanks to Operation HOPE’s startup micro-grant, Garrett will now be able to increase his business capacity to fulfill his customers’ demands. In light of HOPE Denver’s participation in Denver Startup Week 2014, stories like Garrett’s highlight the importance of not only helping build the next generation of entrepreneurs, but also giving them the opportunity to gain exposure in the larger entrepreneurial community, regardless of their age or diversity of interest. Thank you, Garrett, for sharing your entrepreneurial journey with us.

Stories of HOPE – Louis Nunez

By Jordan Hagedon, HOPE Corps Fellow Born in California, raised in Chicago, and finally settled in Denver, Louis Nunez understands what it means to make the most out of every day.  His family made sure of it....

Testimonial – Jacari Scott

I was referred to Operation Hope through the HACC FSS Program. It was the same day I tried to make a purchase for a new vehicle and was denied, although I had a vehicle I was paying for on time but with an high interest rate due to my lack of credit responsibility. After I was denied, I gave up and told myself it's time to do something about this.

Operation HOPE and the American Red Cross Team Up to Beat Disasters

The premier provider of financial literacy and empowerment programs for youth and adults and America’s leading financial dignity nonprofit, Operation HOPE, Inc. (HOPE) and the American Red Cross (Red Cross)...

HOPE Coalition America Shows Birmingham Business Owners How to Stay Afloat

HOPE Coalition America (HCA), the disaster preparedness and recovery division of Operation HOPE, hosted two  meetings this month at the Helena Business Association Monthly to inform over 30 small businesses...

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