Hopeworks has been using a trauma-informed approach for over a decade to dramatically improve our youth and business outcomes. We know that designing accessibility doesn’t just mean having the right technology. It also means building processes and systems to make sure everyone -- no matter where they are from or what they are experiencing -- can make use of the tools and resources available.
With the collective experience of COVID-19, all of us now need to rethink some of the ways we design and build our products and processes to make sure everyone can access what they need, when they need it.
This event, combining insights from trauma-informed experts, UX/UI design professionals, and experienced systems designers will help build a better, more accessible, and more trauma-informed sector.
Earlier this month, we had a pop-up visit at our Camden headquarters from a very special guest! Desmond Riley is a Hopeworks alumni from the early 2000’s where we started in a small row home in North Camden. Desmond just happened to be walking down Market Street when he saw our sign on the window […]
We are excited to announce that our web team has developed and launched a new website for the impactful and well-known nonprofit, Philabundance! Philabundance works with over 350 community partners to distribute food throughout nine counties in Southeastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey. Their very simple belief is that no one should go hungry while […]
Talk about impact, opportunity, and paving the way! We want to send a special thank you to the amazing folks at Campbell’s, Brian Roberts, Martin Bally, and the entire Infosecurity team for this kind gesture they have passed along to Lily. During a Listen and Learn event here earlier this month, Brian and Martin announced […]