The Hope Alliance implements programs in locations where sustainable solutions for meeting basic needs and attaining a minimally acceptable quality of life are not yet in place. We use a “hand up” not a “hand out” approach. Before embarking on a project, members of The Hope Alliance team consult with community leaders to ascertain the needs of the community, using an objective needs assessment.
In the communities which it serves, Hope Alliance planned objectives are to meet essential human needs such as can provide temporary assistance, for example, food, clothing, household items, financial aid, transportation, job search assistance, employment preparation, relevant education, literacy, and development programs. These are provided to target groups made up of poor, needy, homeless, unemployed persons, disadvantaged youths, single-parent homes, immigrants, and under-empowered community members.
The following programs are available to meet the specific needs of the various groups identified both in the United States and in motherland Africa.
Our Partnership with African Community Emergency Response Team (AFRICAN-CERT) makes it easy to meet the need of our community during disaster.
Everyone deserves the chance to succeed! We help individuals with disabilities and other disadvantages achieve basic comfort, find employment and live independently.
Unlocking the potential of People to serve and bring hope in the midst of crisis in their communities as Volunteers African Crisis Chaplaincy
Strong relationships of mutual trust between police agencies and the communities they serve are critical to maintaining public safety and effective policing.
We meet the immediate emergency & short-term needs of qualifying community members by providing food, clothing, furniture, home appliances, & other household needs.
In line with the current global trend towards capacity development for sustainable self-sufficient existence, we plan to provide opportunities for lifelong learning of vocational skills, career training, leisure learning, and hobby development.
Hope alliance provides a platform for Africans in Diaspora to give back to the motherland by participating in development programs in specific areas of education, health, and social development, hunger eradication and provision of drinking water to rural communities.
Hope alliance has long term plans to construct a one-stop African resource center as part of the Africa House project. The main objectives of this project are to project a positive image of Africa, give a sense of belonging to Africans in the United States and form a creative umbrella for socio-cultural interactions
We are committed to providing utilities, food, clothing, furniture, & basic necessities to homeless and needy families. We help individuals with disabilities achieve basic comfort and find employment. We help strengthen the community by helping at-risk youth avoid crime.
Highlights of the Single Parents Assistance Educational Programs include: Communication, Money Management, Stress Management, Nutrition, Child Management, Legal Rights, Career Guidance and Business Startup Programs.
Target first time offenders referred through the court system that are in need of counseling, vocational training and job placement through our wraparound process. Tangible strides in reducing hunger, drug addiction and homelessness.
Hope alliance provides business education, mentoring and start-up assistance programs for individuals and groups in the community through its partnership relationship with a network of business consultancy providers.