Hopeworks Gets Ready for Our New Space

Late this Spring, Hopeworks staff, trainees, and supporters will welcome the Hopeworks spirit to a new, larger space here in Camden, more than doubling the number of young people we can serve each year!

Thanks to the generous support of the Townsend Foundation and many other supporters, Hopeworks can make sure that we have the space and capacity to ensure that Camden youth rise alongside their city.

The promise of this moment in time is significant. In the last two years, Hopeworks has earned the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce Nonprofit Organization of the Year, the 2016 Nonprofit Organization of the Year by the Nonprofit Development Center of Southern New Jersey, and has earned the prestigious national Scattergood Innovation Award.  

As new energy and opportunity  come to Camden, it is important that Hopeworks is training enough youth to meet the demand, changing the expectations of youth in Camden.

Want to help us fit out the space, or find out more? Email newspace@hopeworks.org!

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808 Market St.,
Camden, NJ 08102
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Hopeworks is a 501(c)(3) non-for-profit organization, EIN: 31-1660671.
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