HOPE FOR NEW YORK
Urban Hope
Staten Island

Urban Hope Inc. was formed to rescue and uplift children, teens and youth in the West Brighton community (North Shore of Staten Island) from a cycle of generational physical and emotional abuse, neglect, poverty, and lack of parental oversight and care resulting in risky social behaviors and poor academic performance. 

We want to help the children and teens through our After-school program, Arts/Crafts/Music programs, six-week Summer Camp, Street Leadership Ministry (teen leadership development through paid internship and training programs), Workforce Development Centre (using a Basketball League and VISION TOURS as a Connect Point) to develop youth academically, socially, spiritually, and in leadership. In addition, we want to be a catalyst, resource, and partner to other local churches throughout the nation, with a focus on NYC, to help them do the same in each of their respective communities.

OUR PARTNERSHIP
Our volunteers are passionate and committed to building deep relationships with students to support them with homework help, tutoring and mentoring.
Through our Nonprofit Accelerator, Urban Hope received training in nonprofit management essentials to ensure a strong foundation that promotes organizational effectiveness and sustainability.
Volunteers also come up with fun activities with youth such as cooking classes, music lessons, and arts and crafts.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Urban Hope serves the community of West Brighton in a variety of ways! We look forward to partnering with them in various ways in the coming year through mentorship, education and other activities that help serve kids in vulnerable communities. See below for current opportunities:

Homework Help & Arts and Crafts

  • Volunteers provide help with homework at after school program.  Volunteers will also prepare activities and arts and crafts related to the Bible lesson for the day.



See below to sign up for these opportunities.
UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES
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Urban Hope

Homework Help & Arts and Crafts

 
Tue 11212017
2:45 PM 6:15 PM
Staten Island
Children & Youth
Communities in Need
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Homework Help & Arts and Crafts

 
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2:45 PM 6:15 PM
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Children & Youth
Communities in Need
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Thu 11232017
2:45 PM 6:15 PM
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Children & Youth
Communities in Need
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Tue 11282017
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Communities in Need
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Thu 11302017
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Tue 1252017
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Wed 1262017
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Communities in Need
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Thu 1272017
2:45 PM 6:15 PM
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Communities in Need
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Tue 12122017
2:45 PM 6:15 PM
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Communities in Need
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Wed 12132017
2:45 PM 6:15 PM
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Children & Youth
Communities in Need
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Thu 12142017
2:45 PM 6:15 PM
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MENTIONS
The Compassion Revolution on Staten Island
September 13, 2017
It has been breathtaking to experience Jesus’ heart for West Brighton, a broken and forgotten corner of the “forgotten borough,” and the strength and beauty of our neighbors who loved and served this community long before we arrived.
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Know Your City: North Shore, Staten Island
October 06, 2017
Staten Island, known as the “forgotten borough,” is actually the wealthiest of the five boroughs, boasting the highest median household income. Last year, it also had the highest rate of overdose deaths in the city, at 31.8 per 100,000 adults. Learn more about the community and how you can pray.
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