Latest News

You’re Invited to Our Open House

Celebrate the grand opening of our new headquarters. Providing hope to Memphians through adult education and workforce training is something HopeWorks has done for more than 30 years. Previously we operated out of rental space, with limited opportunities to grow and serve more people. Today HopeWorks is operating out of our own space, with more classrooms and updated facilities. We’re on a bus line; we’re in Binghampton; and we’re ready to expand our reach even further than we already have. Open House   Thursday, July 19 10am–Noon   Ribbon-cutting Jim Strickland, Mayor, City of Memphis   Tour of Our New […]

Read More

HopeWorks has moved its headquarters

HopeWorks has moved its main office from Midtown to 3337 Summer Ave. We are excited about our new building and hope you will stop by to visit us and take a tour. Our new mailing address is PO Box 22999, Memphis, TN 38122.

Read More

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

Read More

A Morning of Hope 2016 with Gregory Boyle

  Join us for A Morning of Hope Breakfast 2016 with speaker Gregory Boyle, author of Tattoos on the Heart on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at Woodland Hills Event Center. Gregory Boyle has dedicated his life to the plight of men and women struggling for an identity amid civil unrest in Los Angeles, California. In 1992, with local help and years of preparation and planning, Boyle debuted Homeboy Industries. The organization offers formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated individuals the tools and resources necessary to live a life away from crime and gang violence and become productive and self-sustaining members of society. […]

Read More
 
 1 2
Memphis Skyline