Hope For Youth

HFY Happenings

18th of February 2021

The Story of a Pioneer African American Social Work Activist

Edward Franklin Frazier, a pioneer as an advocate for Social Justice and Social Work Educator. He was an activist, researcher and administrator who contributed significantly to the social work profession. An outspoken and sometimes militant activist for social justice, Frazier was also the first African American…

16th of February 2021

Acknowledging Our Employees of the Month

Recent honorees are maintenance staff John Meehan & Nathaniel Flythe. Thank you John and Nathan for all you do behind the scenes, and the work done front and center. You ensure that not only do our administrative offices run smoothly but also all our residential program…

12th of February 2021

A Wendy’s Wonderful Kids Success Story

We are happy to share with the HFY community one of our WWK success stories. Hard work and dedication, and the Child-Focused Recruitment Model were a winning combination!

“In working with an older youth, I concentrated on the Diligent search, Case Record review…

9th of February 2021

Wendy’s Wonderful Kids in the Time of COVID19

In a recent article for The New York Times, reporter David Dodge highlighted how the Dave Thomas Foundation is working to find adoptive homes for children in foster care who are facing the COVID-19 crisis without the security and stability of a permanent family. There is an…

5th of February 2021

Upcoming Foster Care Orientation

We are actively seeking foster families for children of all ages, and sibling groups. Please consider learning about how you can open your heart, and home, to a child in need. Click here to see the process for orientation registration and for contact info….

2nd of February 2021

The Origin of Black History Month

In 1915, in response to the lack of information on the accomplishments of Black people available to the public, historian Carter G. Woodson co-founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. In 1926, the group declared the second week of February as “Negro History…

29th of January 2021

Available Staff Positions

Looking for 3 dynamic individuals to join our team. Come work with like-minded individuals, interested in making a difference and passionate about helping youth. Hope For Youth has the following 3 positions available: Case Planner – PINS Diversion, Payroll Specialist – Finance, and HR Assistant – Human…

26th of January 2021

Impact Your Community

An easy way to support HFY is to participate in Amazon’s Smile program. Shop on Amazon via the link below and when prompted select Hope for Youth, Inc. as the nonprofit recipient of choice. You can also activate AmazonSmile on your shopping app.

Hope For Youth Employment Opportunities

Would you or someone you know be interested in working in a supportive environment? Do you have a passion for our mission? We currently have a number of job opportunities available; click here to visit our website and view the available positions. Part-time and full-time…

A Successful Hope for the Holidays Drive

We have much to be grateful for. Our youth had an amazing holiday season due to our very generous donors. Those businesses and churches that “adopted” youth for the holidays, those whom conducted drives and delivered gifts to us, those individuals who purchased gifts from our Amazon…