By Denise Gordon, PH.D. and Donna Lynn Burton, Vice President, HOPE Financial Dignity Center NY
Participants are now able to prepare for the GED Exam as well as obtain much needed information on how to and the importance of financial literacy at the HOPE Financial Dignity Center New York.
Since December 2009, Operation HOPE in Harlem has welcomed participants who wish receive their GED. Securing the GED is the...
By Erik Rushing, Vice President, HOPE Financial Dignity Center DC
Operation HOPE Financial Dignity Center in Washington DC would like to thank one of our partners, Hermond Palmer of Industrial Bank, for sponsoring on GoGoRadio.com’s Money Matters Mondays segment.
The show discusses matters that impact our community financially. The show is hosted by Cedric Lewis, an OHDC Community Lender. He featured Real Estate...
On Wednesday January 30th, 2013 Operation HOPE in New Orleans held its 6th Graduation Ceremony at the Blue Plate Artists Loft honoring six artists who completed the twelve week Entrepreneurial Program (ETP).
When Inari Batini came to HOPE Center Atlanta she wasn't planning on starting a business of her own, but she was curious. She thought, “I don't have a business, but business information is good, right?” Inari described her potential as "a lump of coal"- she didn't recognized her own talent and passions.
The students of Santa Teresa Elementary School in San Jose, Ca. got to enjoy a break from their regular class schedule to celebrate Martin Luther King's birthday and legacy with a visit from HOPE Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant.
HOPE Financial Dignity Center Atlanta at Ebenezer welcomed the newest edition to their team- Financial Management Counselor Rhonda J. Williams. Rhonda first arrived at HOPE Atlanta in July as a skill-based volunteer eager to assist in HOPE’s mission to bring financial dignity to the community.
Through Operation HOPE’s Credit and Money Management workshops, which are offered at the center every third...
Operation HOPE’s Hope for Home Ownership Program closed out the year with an impressive over 150 potential home buyers educated. As we begin 2013 we look forward to new and exciting things on the horizon; from developing new partnerships to launching an innovative way to educate future home owners.
Operation HOPE is committed to helping people in low-wealth neighborhoods become homeowners, and the Operation...
Starting a business in the current economy can seem like an unachievable dream. But Leroy Jackson has already shown that he can beat the odds. Now, with the help of Operation HOPE's Small Business Empowerment Program and the new Kiva Zip program, Leroy is turning his dreams into action and raising funds to start his own accounting and tax preparation business, The Jackson Group, LLC.
Two-Day Financial Dignity Summit Focused on Community, Character and Responsible Capitalism
ATLANTA – November 19, 2012 — Leaders from around the globe gathered in Atlanta last week for Operation HOPE’s Global Financial Dignity Summit to discuss financial dignity and literacy issues and find solutions for the economic problems faced by underserved communities around the world. The Summit, which was held...
The complex nature of today’s economy requires a certain level of financial sophistication to succeed. Earning a high credit score is a gateway to other opportunities such as owning a home, starting a business or purchasing a reliable car. Familiarity with first-time homebuyer programs with low down payments can move someone from perpetual renter to well-prepared homebuyer.
As Operation HOPE celebrates a most historic 20 years of Empowering the Underserved around the world, they celebrate here in metro Atlanta with the grand opening of their flagship HOPE Financial Dignity Center at the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church and in November by hosting The HOPE Global Financial Dignity Summit with the theme Community, Character and (Responsible) Capitalism.
Volunteers from China Trust Bank hit the hills to bring Banking on Our Future to a New York summer camp
One of the most troubling developments amongst Americans today is the diminishing desire to read and cultivate literacy. Yet the kind of education and personal growth that comes from frequent and regular reading are vital to one’s success and dignity. Luckily enough, there seems to be a solution to this problem.
Last week, HOPE Center Atlanta’s Financial Management Consultant Patrice C. Washington and Vice...