Project Hope Foundation is excited to announce we are one of 20 nonprofit organizations who were awarded grants from the Mary Black Foundation during the fall grant cycle. We received almost $50,000 to help in our efforts to streamline and create efficiencies in programming and operations at Hope Reach.
Outcomes from Hope Reach are impressive. Over 95% of our clients gain significant, measurable skills that improve their lives dramatically. 48% of our clients are able to participate successfully in mainstream "regular" classrooms. When we can start services before the age of three, that percentage increases to an amazing 86%.
Although we are proud of our current outcomes, we know we can improve. This grant will help us assess and identify best practices in key areas, including training, team meetings and data collection/reporting. The timing of this assessment is particularly critical as we work towards tripling the number of clients we can serve in the next two years.
Our thanks goes to the Mary Black Foundation for their support!