About the Hope Works Program

Our Hope Works program is focused on providing practical life and vocational skills to the children in our care through hands-on learning experiences and exposure to a variety of skill-based activities while working alongside peers and knowledgeable adults.

Valuable Work Experience + Life Skills

The Hope Works program provides the children with work and life skills they will need for adulthood with a focus on enhancing independence, building self-esteem, mastering competency, and learning social-relational skills.

Opportunity + Preparedness

The Hope Works program creates opportunities for youths to develop time management skills, punctuality, a good work ethic, interviewing skills, positive relational skills, and more – preparing them to launch into work outside of campus.

Because of you, their future is bright.

From full-time positions to volunteer roles, your service can make a difference for children and families who urgently need help.

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How the Program Works

Children ages 12 and older assist our trained maintenance staff with tasks around campus that demonstrate important life skills, including: landscaping household cleaning, plumbing, home repair, vehicle repair, woodworking, and lawn equipment maintenance.