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Annual Appeal 2022

Annual Appeal 2022

“We can change the world and make it a better place. It is in your hands to make a difference.”

~Nelson Mandela

December is a season of giving, and here at Hope Hall, we are grateful for the hundreds of individuals who choose to give to the students of Hope Hall this time of year through their support of our Future Full of Hope Appeal.

As a private, non-profit school, we receive no funding from school districts or government sources. Individual donor support is vital to our ability to assure that every student who learns differently has access to the type of education they need and deserve.

Every child has a purpose and a place in this world. But, in today’s achievement-driven culture, many young people feel they don’t matter if they can’t measure up to customary standards of success. Before students come to Hope Hall, they experience frustration and failure because traditional teaching methods don’t take their learning challenges into account. They are left out, bullied, and made to believe that they don’t matter just because they are “different.”

At Hope Hall, we focus on embracing differences and help our students to know that just because they learn differently, doesn’t mean they can’t learn as much or as well as others. Our unique approach to education makes a measurable difference in the lives of our students, their families, and our community.

Hope Hall helps our students believe in themselves and their ability to make the world a better place, but this is not possible without the combined efforts of so many different individuals. Individuals such as our teachers, parents, staff, volunteers, and donors. Individuals like you.

Your gift today will provide our students a Future Full of Hope.

Thank you for helping us teach our children to believe that they make the world a better place.
Thank you for participating in the miracle that is Hope Hall.

P.S. Your gift goes directly to Hope Hall’s unique educational model. Despite the fact that 100% of our students have learning challenges, over 50% live in poverty, and over 85% of them face serious financial hardship, we have a consistent 100% graduation rate.