Woodlawn: Our Community
A fractured economic environment and complex individualized barriers limit the potential of many Woodlawn families. Unemployment and poverty drain our neighborhood and ravage our families and community.
The Facts About Woodlawn
Woodlawn is in need of holistic community transformation that reaches across generations and through the entire person and society physical, economic, social, systematic, familial, and individual.
Hope Works strives to address these issues of poverty and unemployment not only by finding and creating resources, but by equipping individuals to independently engage resources available to them.
We do this through one-on-one interactions that empower community members to reach for employment opportunities.
are interested in continuing their education
of our clients have a high school diploma or less
do not have safe or stable housing
Let's work together.
Join our Associate Board to have an opportunity to serve Hope Works through a year long commitment to the organization.
Donate both your time and talent while receiving access to professional and personal development.
To get more information or to request an application, email Rebekah King at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our organization is built on grassroots participation. As a Community Advocate, you will have the privilege to work with a member of our community and help them thrive.
Come and partner with us as a volunteer or as an intern. Applicants should be committed to community development and eager to work as a team with the senior staff.
You can support us in three ways:
1. Donate with your financial resources.
2. Volunteer or intern with us and lend us your time.
3. Pray for us and the growth of our community as we face chronic unemployment, violence, need for economic vitality, lack of adequate health care and familial instability.
Get in touch.
6414 South Cottage Grove Ave.
Chicago, IL 60637
+1 (312) 709-1381