WHO WE ARE
Project Hope CA (PHCA) was founded in 2018. It began as a community-based movement responding to basic needs in under-resourced areas and has since engaged various cities in the Los Angeles County through its Community Resource Outreach (CRO) component and Grocery Grab and Go’s.
Since its inception, PHCA has served thousands of individuals by providing essential items such as food, household goods, and personal protective equipment (PPE), as well as linkages to local social support services. The heartbeat of PHCA has always been to offer hope, healing, and opportunities to excel to youth and families in underserved communities.
In 2020, PHCA became an incorporated 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and began the development of its youth services component, which consists of the Restorative Mentoring Program (RMP) and the Creative Mentoring Project (CMP); both of which are scheduled to launch early 2021.
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We provide guidance, resources, & social support services to youth and families in underserved communities.
We envision a world where hope, healing, and opportunities to excel are accessible to all.