reconciling and connecting leaders and organizations to significant initiatives that build individual lives, families communities and our cities;
Hope United's mentoring, community leadership, fund-raising, prayer, and encouragement support of Lucy Laney School's students, families, and faculty;
Hope United's significant role in managing the governance, and administration of the Workforce Investment Network and North Minneapolis African American Housing Opportunity Survey;
Hope United's development and management of the Urban Suburban Business and Congregation Leaders Councils,
Hope United's development and management of the Career Coaching services which partners with congregations, schools, employers and nonprofits to help 1,200 Northside heads of households become free of public financial assistance by the year 2020
Our work is supported by a devoted Board of Directors and a team of dedicated volunteers who help to coordinate programs, staff service projects, mentor children, mentor adults and support administrative management functions.
Hope United Community Development Corporation
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