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Voted a Washington Post Top Workplace in 2014, Community of Hope is a great place to work. Consider making a difference in the lives of DC families; explore our open positions today. 

Helping Hand

This winter, Community of Hope was a proud beneficiary of The Washington Post Helping Hand, a giving initiative that raised $213,000 for three local nonprofits. 

Vision Fulfilled

In 2013, we served 7,100 patients, housed 354 families in supportive programs and started a new workforce development program. Celebrate our successes in our Annual Report. 

Stories of Hope

Mentor Spotlight: Our Staff Steps Up to Serve

Every day at work, Iman Graham sees first hand how tough life can be as a homeless child. That’s why she recently volunteered to join our mentoring program, and she hopes you’ll consider volunteering, too. As an Assessment Specialist on our staff, Iman’s job is to interview homeless families at DC’s emergency shelters, screening them for placement into an appropriate long-term housing solution. She works on the front lines of homeless services, listening compassionately as families describe the struggles that drove them to homelessness. Whatever the circumstances, by the time these families end up in emergency shelter, they are in crisis.