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Project Hope Charities
On September 2007, a group of individuals who have worked in New York City low income neighborhoods saw that the greatest struggles in the area were Poverty, Hunger, Education, Health Awareness and Youth Empowerment. They formed a PROJECT called “HOPE” being fully aware that they could not by themselves achieve much, and realizing that the government could not avail itself to each individual as the need is overwhelming.
Project Hope Charities is a 501 (c) (3), nonprofit, Humanitarian and Community-based organization, that offers a wide range of services to the poor, low income, working poor, homeless regardless of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, nationality, citizenship or any legally protected class.
We are dedicated to working with children, youth, and families by empowering them to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of Hunger, Poverty, Injustice, Natural disasters and Education. Project Hope was born out of a passion to empower and transform the lives of people as we facilitate personal growth and development by providing resources to those who are in need of on-going support through difficult circumstances. It is our hope to bridge the gap between poverty and insufficiency and restore human dignity in the course of our selfless service.
Services We Offer:
Hunger and Poverty Eradication
Food, School Supplies and Clothes Distribution
Food Stamp (SNAP) Referral and Pre-Screening
Counseling and Mentoring Services
Computer and EFL Training
Your charitable donation helps Project Hope Charities to provide successful relief programs in various communities in New York and around the world.
Without volunteers we would not be able to continue the work we do. Get involved now by filling out our volunteers form and helping us to make a difference in our community.
Project: HOPE is a non-profit organization, established to serve the low-income community in areas where the government is unable to reach.
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Lions Club & Anthem Blue Cross presenting a check to PHC.
Our Executive Director Elizabeth Ozo-Onyali giving Councilman Rory Lancman a tour of our facility.
Congresswoman Yvette Clarke with Past Lion's Club President and Cr. Chukwudi Ozo-Onyali
PHC receiving a citation from Senator Avella during an Outreach at Saratoga Residence.
Councilwoman Adrienne Adams & our Directors.
Councilwoman Adrienne Adams & Dr. Chukwudi at our Food Pantry
Senator Avella presenting a certificate to PHC at our Annual Coat Giveaway.