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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. 

Strategic Growth

In the last 10 years, we grew to serve almost 7x as many homeless families and patients - thanks to your generosity and our focus on strategic goals. Read our 2015-2019 Strategic Plan here.

Stories of Hope

Two Heroes

College started rough for Francis. In his first semester, his mom became homeless. After supporting her through brain surgery the year before, the family wanted him to focus on his goal: becoming the first in his family to graduate college.

As a kid, Francis’ family life was good. “It wasn’t easy for my mom,” he remembers. “She’d had me at a young age, and couldn’t go to college. But she always made sure there was food on the table and a roof over our head.” But Francis’ senior year of high school, that stability slipped away. Sabrina was diagnosed with a brain tumor and had emergency surgery to remove it.