When and how we collaborate has profound implications on the health of our communities. The complex and interconnected challenges of the health of our families requires an effective, sustained and coordinated effort. We have been deliberate in efforts to collaborate with our community partners to bring about sustainable change. Our efforts have been bolstered by leveraging existing resources and collaborations to improve access to community assets. We will continue to challenge our corporate, government, and community based partners to contribute their expertise and resources vital to the health of our community
Gwendoline B. Angalet, Ph.D.
Judge Arlene Coppadge
Ray Fitzgerald (Vice-Chair)
Cramelle Mumford (Secretary)
Debra Mason (Chair)
Mayor Michael Purzycki (Emeritus)
Dr. Henry Smith, III (Treasurer)
Today in the United States over two million men and women are in prison. Ninety percent of them will come out. Upon their release from prison, they are likely to return to the same neighborhoods where they lived before incarceration, to the same economic circumstances and carrying the life-altering burden of a criminal record
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HOPE Commission Celebrates the graduation of its first “Word & Workforce Development Program” cohort
On July 13, 2021, the Wilmington HOPE Commission graduated its first cohort of trainees from our “Word and Workforce Development” Program. The “Word and Workforce Development” Program is a computer-skills training program, launched in partnership with the Wilmington...
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