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How can I support HopeWorks?2022-04-27T18:41:07+00:00

Visit the HopeWorks “Get Involved” page and determine what role may work for you and  contact us using our web form or call 425 610 4931

What other social enterprises does HopeWorks manage?2022-05-26T22:23:48+00:00

Kindred Kitchen is a mission-based coffee shop that partners with Housing Hope and Cocoon House to provide job training for homeless and at-risk youth, ages 16-24.

Renew Home and Decor Store is HopeWorks’ third social enterprise. It is an upscale home decor and furniture consignment store that teaches interns customer service, inventory management, social media and online marketing.

Tomorrow’s Hope Child Development Center provides high-quality child development services to children and their parents. Tomorrow’s Hope is the only licensed child development facility in Snohomish County specifically designed to meet the needs of families experiencing or have experienced homelessness or poverty. The center is licensed to serve 112 children from four weeks to 11 years and 11 months of age so that children of different ages in a family receive quality services at one location.

Who are the Ground Works trainees?2022-05-26T22:25:14+00:00

The majority of Ground Works’ trainees come through the Housing Hope programs, community partners, or anyone looking for hands-on training. Trainees gain direct experience in the landscaping industry – skills which will allow them to find entry level jobs in Snohomish County which have career pathways.

What is Housing Hope?2022-05-26T22:25:53+00:00

Housing Hope promotes and provides a continuum of affordable housing and necessary related services for very low- and low-income residents of Snohomish County and Camano Island. The continuum of housing ranges from emergency shelter, transitional housing, affordable-rental units, and homeownership opportunities. These housing opportunities offers are enriched with services – intensive case management, education, employment preparation and life skills training through their multiple programs – along with expectations to ensure that residents will become and remain self-sufficient when they move on. HopeWorks is the job training branch of Housing Hope. Once residents are stable HopeWorks offers them the opportunity to learn job skills that will allow them to get an entry level job with career pathways to a living wage employment.

What is HopeWorks?2022-04-27T18:35:11+00:00

HopeWorks Social Enterprises is an affiliate of Housing Hope and was launched in January 2011 to produce and develop  career pathways for homeless and very low income individuals in Snohomish County. In particular, the organization targets individuals who now have a stable, affordable place to live through housing programs created in the County. The HopeWorks model is to establish social enterprise businesses embedded with training and skill building designed to produce income progression over time.

Where is Ground Works located?2022-04-27T18:34:42+00:00

Ground Works operates out of HopeWorks Station, located at 3331 Broadway, Everett, WA 98201.

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What is Ground Works objective?2022-05-26T22:26:22+00:00

Ground Works Landscaping is a business supporting personal and community transformation through economic empowerment. Ground Works operates a quality landscape company providing socially and environmentally responsible services with profits dedicated to creating career pathways toward self-sufficiency.

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