HopePHL has remained a beacon during the darkest times for many, providing vital
programs to individuals and families in need. Our impact includes:
• Connecting 650 families experiencing
homelessness with early childcare education,
• Reengaging 700 students in the classroom,
• And providing resources to help 225 families keep their homes.
But this isn’t just data. These are life-changing outcomes for real people, like Amaya (name changed for privacy).
Amaya was a college student who took a break to be a first-time mom. She wanted to return to school, for family-supporting opportunities — but being a mom had challenges. Amaya was concerned that her baby girl wasn’t achieving physical and developmental milestones.
Thankfully, HopePHL staff were there to provide resources and support! Her Parent Educator, LaToya, helped Amaya transition her child to healthy solid foods, develop motor skills, and improve communication skills. Her daughter is now right where she
should be, and although she’s still working on achieving some milestones, together they celebrate every win!
“Latoya has been amazing. She has given me great advice and wonderful and fun activities to do with my daughter.”
Next semester, Amaya plans to return to school and finish her degree.
Help HopePHL support participants throughout their journey, ensuring they have the help needed every step of the way to realize their dreams, by giving today.
You can make a contribution by selecting a donation amount in the box to the right, and clicking “next” for credit card payment information, (our site is secure), or mailing a check made out to HopePHL to:
Attn: Jacqui Flynn
325 N. 39th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
For stock gifts: please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For gifts in kind and volunteer opportunities, contact Karina Sellhorn at email@example.com.
More success stories, thanks to your support!
How your gift helps
$500 will help a family of three stay in housing for one month, where they will access supports to build resilience and cope with trauma, and learn life and job skills to become independent and thrive.
$250 will provide a youth with supplies and clothes for school, college, or work.
$150 will provide personalized financial planning, job skills assistance and opportunity connections.
$75 will help enroll a resident in a GED-completion course, or vocational or degree-earning program.
$50 will provide a 5-day supply of groceries to families in need.
$25 will provide a family or youth with personal hygiene and necessities such as clothing, diapers and formula.
Photo: participants at a community event