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Spring 2017

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News for 03.21.17
 

A Letter from Our Director

A Letter from Our Director
It has been an exciting and busy start to the new year for City Hope. I am happy to say that our new two-year transitional sober living house is now fully occupied with 26 residents. The residents are amazing and inspiring people who are now leading and expanding our programming at the community center. The City Hope House and City Hope Community ...
 
News for 03.21.17
 

Spotlight On: City Hope House

Spotlight On: City Hope House
We currently have 26 incredible residents at the City Hope House who, while charting their own course for their future, are also offering support, community and accountability to one another. April Robertson moved into the house in December of 2016 after completing a job training program in cooking through the Episcopal Community Center. She knew ...
 
News for 03.21.17
 

Volunteers Make it Possible

Volunteers Make it Possible
City Hope cannot fulfill its mission without the help of committed volunteers, and we are grateful to have such a tremendous team. In December and January, City Hope had a total of 113 volunteers serving at the Community Center, through our County Jail Fellowship services, at the Leland House and through our Kids Hope mentoring program. 

On ...
 
News for 03.21.17
 

City Hope Giving

City Hope Giving
Your generosity continues to inspire us as we sustain and grow this ministry. From the beginning of our fiscal year, September 1, 2016, through today, we have raised $390,511! We need to raise an additional $55,596 this year to meet our annual budget.

As we continue to grow, we are also looking to raise an additional $200,000 beyond our current ...
 
News for 03.21.17
 

Volunteer with our Grocery Delivery Program

Volunteer with our Grocery Delivery Program
We Need You!
Our partnership with the San Francisco/Marin Food Bank, delivering groceries to homebound seniors and those with disabilities in the Tenderloin, is exponentially growing each week! We began delivering to nine individuals in December and the number has now grown to 36. We have a small team of volunteers, led by Dennis Domantay and ...