By Bryant Allen
At Operation HOPE our goal is to reach you where you are, wherever you are. Sometimes that means going to some unorthodox places. This past Saturday, Ashley Manago, our Financial Management Counselor here at HOPE inside Ebenezer, went outside to spread the message of Silver Rights.
According to the Emory Website the Grady Nia Domestic Violence Program is an intervention/research project for African...
by LaTeri McFadden, Mid-Atlantic Program Coordinator
My name is LaTeri McFadden and I am a Youth Empowerment Program Coordinator for the Mid-Atlantic region. On August 27th, I was fortunate enough to attend a special commemoration for the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington.
The event took place at School Without Walls in Washington D.C. Civil rights leaders participated in panel discussions with...
Operation HOPE is excited to welcome Gregory D. Collins as the new Program Manager for Banking On Our Future in Northern California. Gregory brings over 9 years of experience in education and non-profit management to HOPE from teaching in private schools and at nonprofit org Urban Promise. We interviewed Gregory to find out more about how he came to join the HOPE team.
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...
Vontae Davis, cornerback player for the Indianapolis Colts, recently partnered with Operation HOPE by committing $5,000 for Banking On Our Future (BOOF) and the Entrepreneurship Training Program at the HOPE Financial Dignity Center in Washington, D.C.
In commemoration of Black History Month, Singer/Actor/Model Tyrese Gibson along with Jill Scott and Blair Underwood pay a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Mrs. Coretta Scott King through an emotional and spiritual moving video, titled “A Dreamer’s Dream.”
Black History Month is an observance of the history of the African diaspora in a number of countries outside of Africa. Since 1976, it is observed annually in the United States and Canada in February and in the United Kingdom in October.
The entire Operation HOPE family is proud of James "Jay" Bailey. I am personally very, very proud of him. He is helping us shape our movement for silver rights change and empowerment here in our Atlanta market. Join me and us in celebrating our friend and colleague Jay Bailey.
John Hope Bryant, founder, chairman and CEO of Operation HOPE, will be the keynote speaker at the Hall of Fame Banquet. It will be held at 6 p.m. January 15, the actual birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., at the Paramount Plaza Hotel at 2900 SW 13th St. Tickets are $65, and must be purchased by Tuesday from any member of the Martin Luther King Jr. Commission of Florida Inc. or by calling 352-376-2442.
John Hope Bryant visits with satellite radio program, GW on the Hill, hosted by veteran radio news correspondent and former congressional staffer, George Wilson.
Operation HOPE is featured in Operah Winfrey's new book, The Oprah Winfrey Show: Reflections on an American Legacy, which was released earlier this month.
Civil Rights legend and HOPE Global Ambassador Ambassador Andrew Young will be joined by Gallup CEO Jim Clifton in a unique conversation on "The Future of Leadership & Jobs." The event, hosted by Operation HOPE, will take place on Wednesday, November 16. This engaging discussion will be held at Casa del Mar 1910 Ocean Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90405, from 6pm-9pm.
When it is all said and done and we pull back all the layers of isms in life; whether it is classism, racism, or adultism, what we realize is that life is about ordinary people who daily rise above their fears and doubts and do extraordinary things. Mark Twain said, “Courage is not the lack of fear, it is acting in spite of it.”