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Author: Hope Foundation

Occupation: Program Manager, Research and Teaching Assistant I joined HOPE in 2017 as a CITY Camp volunteer after some previously failed attempts. I heard of HOPE from a friend and would often see pictures and posters online. I later went to check HOPE’s website for more information and then concluded that I wanted to devote a...

Occupation: Program Manager I joined HOPE because I read a book on volunteering and was looking for where I could volunteer. What I got though was a journey to self discovery and growth. While at HOPE, I worked with MEL, programs and Curriculum. [edgtf_blockquote text=" Volunteering with HOPE allowed me to understand what the world can look like...

Occupation: Entrepreneur, CLASSIQ B GLASSES I joined HOPE through a friend, Boluwaji Akinlade, and served in the kitchen during the summer camp. [edgtf_blockquote text="It was nice meeting new people and learning a whole lot from them. Joining the Hope family as a volunteer helped me to be who I am today" title_tag="h2" width=""]...

Occupation: Agriculturist, Entrepreneur I joined H.O.P.E in 2017 and was part of the City camp that year.  I was in the funds and partnership development team and also served as the female hostel coordinator. [edgtf_blockquote text="Volunteering at H.O.P.E  helped me to understand the strength in serving. I'm also super grateful for the amazing people I met. Totally...

Occupation: Project Manager, GTCO I joined H.O.P.E In 2012, served as marketing and media lead, and volunteered for Camp David City 2013-2014. I remember always being emotional at the closing ceremony of each camp, I was always proud of the transformation and the impact we were making in the lives of teenagers. [edgtf_blockquote text="What’s more beautiful, H.O.P.E gave...