I shall pass through this world but once. Any good, therefore, that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any fellow creature, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it for I shall not pass this way again.−Etienne de Grellet
The New Hope Foundation Story
We educate, we empower, we help people find jobs…. we help people believe that there’s hope. The whole idea is that we provide NEW HOPE to people in the community who otherwise may not have it.
Our volunteers are individuals, families, friends, teams, schools, businesses and organizations. We represent all ages and all walks of life, but we share a common goal: Self Empowerment. Join the hundreds of volunteers and donors who believe in a better future.
Donate your time or your services; collaborate with us by adopting a project or an entire Elves In Disguise family. Think of us when your company, organization or family makes their yearly gifts and help us spread the word. At New Hope Foundation, we are breaking the cycle of generational poverty and rewriting better, brighter futures. Contact Us for more information.
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Recent New Hope Foundation Press & News
Please join us this year as we once again have a Back to School Supply Drive. We started this event a few years back when we noticed that kids in the neighborhood around the Empowerment Center were going back to school empty-handed. We soon learned that there was a great need to help our neighbors with school supplies, especially
Last year (2013), New Hope worked with the Notre Dame Alumni Club of Dallas to distribute more than 100 gift baskets to women in a battered women’s shelter on Mother’s Day. This year (2014), thanks to participation from the Dallas Bar Association Community Involvement Committee and a growing list of generous individuals, we will triple that number……(click the “Read More” link at right for more information!)Read More
New Hope was honored to moderate Bishop Dunne Catholic School’s “Homeless For a Night” for its third year recently. Several public speakers told stories about the circumstances that led to their own homelessness. They encouraged students to stay in school, stay off drugs, and to continue to build on their existing foundations. Following questions and answers, about 100 students braved unusually