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A Taste of HOPE

The HOPE Program

Thursday, May 15, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)

A Taste of HOPE

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HOPE's 3rd Annual A Taste of HOPE is SOLD OUT!  

Thank you!  We are so thankful for our event supporters and sponsors for helping us to reach our goal.  You can still support our life-changing work by making a donation online today.  Your gift will help us to empower the lives of New Yorkers living in poverty to achieve economic self-sufficiency.

The HOPE Program’s Third Annual A Taste of HOPE event will take place on Thursday, May 15th. This cocktail party-style tasting event features many award-winning food and beverage purveyors, while raising funds and awarness for life changing, Brooklyn-based workforce development nonprofit.

Your participation in this event will directly support our work - 98% of event revenues are reinvested into HOPE program operations.

We are excited to announce that Rocco Dispirito will be this year's featured guest!  As a bestselling author and celebrity chef, Rocco knows a bit about tastes and transformations.   

Contact The HOPE Program at (718) 852-9307 x42 or mlupo@thehopeprogram.org to purchase tickets or to become an event sponsor (and avoid online fees).

A Taste of HOPE Honoree
Tod Mann
A Taste of HOPE Event Committee

Paul Neuman, Chair
Elizabeth Bailey    Marcia Caban    Christina Horner
Richard W. Moore    Kirk Palmer    Julienne H. Silverman    Katie Yonushewski
(Committee in formation)


A Taste of HOPE Partners Include:






Featured Food and Beverage Purveyors

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Have questions about A Taste of HOPE? Contact The HOPE Program

When & Where

4 Columbus Circle
New York, NY

Thursday, May 15, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)

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The HOPE Program

The HOPE Program empowers New Yorkers living in poverty to achieve economic self-sufficiency through employment & advancement.  

 HOPE is an award-winning workforce development organization that empowers men and women facing significant barriers to employment, notably histories of incarceration and substance abuse, to transform their lives from living in poverty to becoming economically self-sufficient.  HOPE provides adult basic education in literacy and math, computer instruction, internships, job placement and career advancement services. This comprehensive approach has enabled HOPE to consistently achieve strong outcomes: notably a 72% job placement rate and 90-day and one-year job retention rates among the highest in the industry.  



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