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Celebrate Hope

Join us on October 16 for a Sparkling Night of Hope, a cocktail reception to benefit our housing and healthcare programs.

Helping Hand

We are thrilled to announce that we are one of three DC nonprofits to have been selected to have the stories of our amazing clients highlighted through The Washington Post Helping Hand!

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

"My Job Makes Me Feel Joy"

Ms. Beverly Bynum lost her job three years ago after an organizational restructuring. She has extensive professional experience in medical billing, but she struggled to find another job, and applied for positions for two years with no success. She saw signs for Community of Hope's Health Care Customer Service Training program, located at our Conway Health and Resource Center in Ward 8. The program was in her neighborhood, and she wondered if it might offer her the leg up she needed. A few months later, she got a job she loves right here at Community of Hope as our front desk receptionist. "I get to be part of a place that really gives to my community,” she says. "My job makes me feel joy."