For the fourth year in a row, Operation HOPE Oakland and the Oakland Raiders are teaming up to fundraise for Operation HOPE Oakland's Youth Empowerment Programs. The Raiders are offering discounted lower level tickets ranging from $55 - $75, with $20 from every ticket sold going to help fund programs like Banking on Our Future, a free youth financial literacy curriculum, and HOPE Business-in-a-Box Academy, a youth entrepreneurship program offered at no cost to our schools.
Banking on Our Future Baltimore partnered with Overlea High School to celebrate Global Dignity Day and Get Smart About Credit day (an American Bankers Association program) on Wednesday, October 15 and Thursday, October 16, 2014. Over the two days, volunteers from American Bankers Association (ABA), 1st Mariner Bank, Eastern Savings Bank, M&T Bank, The Harbor Bank of Maryland, TD Bank, SunTrust Bank and...
On July 18, Operation HOPE South Africa celebrated Mandela Day and Savings Month with children and adults in Heideveld and Diepsloot. At the end of the day’s activities the Banking On Our Future savings course was taught to the kids as part of the Long Walk to “Financial” Freedom.
By: Grant Washington
Financial literacy is the ability to understand how money works in the world. Financial literacy is need to be aware of your money. One of the things you need to know is how it affects your future. You also, should know your goals so you’re not impulse spending. Finally you should have some type of budget or plan for what you will do with your money. These are a few things you need to...
Woke up very nervous about my first day of work today. Throughout my day, though, all of my worries gradually vanished. Everyone was incredibly helpful, welcoming and patient as I hit the ground running and got oriented to this new job and new country.
April was an interesting yet busy month at Operation HOPE. An event that was particularly gratifying included the Cesar Chavez Public Charter School fellows program, where students come work for our organization.
By Kenya Mathias, Intern, Public Relations and Communications
Alpha Kappa Psi had Operation HOPE to speak during rush week for the fraternity because it is very important for young college students to know about their finances because this is the time where we are diving into the financial world. We specifically chose Tara Dennis, Portfolio Manager for Youth Empowerment Initiatives – Atlanta Market...
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.