HOPE is dedicated to uplifting communities and restoring financial dignity and economic opportunity in a n effort to remediate root causes of social, economic and racial injustice. HOPE's primary purpose is to enhance, align, leverage, promote and establish best practices and innovative strategies for spurring and sustaining results-based poverty reduction strategies, economic growth, and pathways out of poverty.
There is a huge misconception that black women do not run. In an effort to dispel this myth and tackle the growing obesity epidemic in the African American community, Black Girls RUN! Foundation was created as the philanthropic arm to the national organization (Black Girls RUN!) to support our local community footprint, training programs, funding, and resources. Since our founding in 2018, the Black Girls RUN! Foundation has been helping women get healthier through the sport of running.
DEMOCRACY CITIZENSHIP EMPOWERMENT: Education & Participation:
(1) INDEPENDENT REFERENDUM VOTING on Policies & Budgets, Issues & Options to address the Needs & Aspirations of We The People.
--- Uniting America with online authenticated "One Person -- All Persons -- One Vote."
--- Universal suffrage and access.
--- "Votes that Matter, No Matter Who's Elected"
--- Mandates for Change.
(2) DEMOCRACY CITIZENSHIP CENTERS:
A young woman, Che, sits at her study desk as her father, a single parent, lovingly brushes her long, ebony hair. He expertly ties it into a ponytail, so it doesn’t fall across her eyes as she studies. Despite her disabilities related to dwarfism, Che studies a lot!
For 12 years of public school, she thrived on achieving high results on her assignments. Her hard work recently paid off with her acceptance to Da Nang University of Economics. Che’s father smiled through tears when they received the news of her entrance exam scores.