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HopeWorks Golf Scramble 2017

Enjoy a round of golf at Tennessee’s #1 public golf course while supporting the students at HopeWorks. Help HopeWorks provide students with career guidance, personal and group counseling, job-seeking skills, internships, high school equivalency diploma preparation classes, and opportunities for spiritual growth. Our goal is to raise $70,000. Be the change in Memphis: $250/individual or $1000/team Tee off will be Friday, October 13 at 8:00am at Mirimichi, 6195 Woodstock Cuba Rd, Millington, TN 38053. For questions call HopeWorks at 272-3700 or email fcarter@whyhopeworks.org 2017 Golf Flyer for players or teams. 2017 Golf Flyer Sponsorships

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A Morning of Hope 2017

Each year friends and supporters of HopeWorks come together for a “Morning of Hope.” For the past 8 years, this breakfast gathering has highlighted the key events that occurred during the year in terms of workforce development, adult education, and spiritual growth. During that time, our keynote speakers have been motivating and encouraging. These included Dr. Harold and Sally Shank, Sean Tuohy, Bill Strickland, Dr. Ruby Payne, Bill Courtney, Dr. Ben Carson, Lucille O’Neal and Gregory Boyle.  Each provided us with inspiring stories that connected their life with the mission and dreams of HopeWorks. This year will be no exception […]

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Choosing to Go Back to School

Choosing to stay in school could change your life: Domita’s Story “There is nothing more out there for you right now than school, this is your place,” is what Domita Brown, a graduate of HopeWorks adult education and personal and career development programs, wishes she could say to change the mind of her high school self. Domita became disinterested with school in her early high school years. Rather than focus on her schoolwork, she spent the majority of her time on the streets. She began doing drugs, and often skipped her classes entirely. On the rare event that she attended […]

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The impact of an involved father: a story of hope for this Father’s Day

Before joining the HopeWorks team, Antonio Owens was like many of our students. After being accepted, then rejected, by the Air Force in high school, he became angry and started using and selling drugs. He was incarcerated approximately 30 times before hitting his ultimate low point when his mother died of breast cancer in 2001. Luckily for Antonio, his children and their mother attended a church where HopeWorks held classes, and they brought him a brochure about the program. He was headed down a path toward absentee fatherhood, but Antonio says when the people at HopeWorks cared about him and […]

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Oct 13

Golf Scramble

October 13 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Millington TN
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