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Hope Dance

Social-Emotional Learning programs help children acquire the life skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions. The after school dance program represents the ideals of Hope Action’s and Hope Boy and Hope Girl because it provides

Hope Comics

By partnering with Blackstone Valley Prep and The Met School, Hope Actions is adopting students who are interested in art (particularly sequential art and comic art) as well as story-telling and introducing them to professionals in the industry who can guide, assist and critique them in positive ways so they can develop their skills.  In

Hope Classes

We have received grants from PASA and UCAP to hold classes at the Hatch Entrepreneurial Center to reach and teach at-risk youth and promote the important of life skills, including basic accounting, QuickBooks, financial literacy, resume drafting and maintenance and many other topics of interest and importance to the minority community as well as the

Hope Tea and Hope Man Tea

We’ve created two tea brands (featuring assorted flavors and blends), both of which are designed to raise the collective consciousness of Rhode Islanders and remind RI citizens –and those outside our state borders — that RI is a great place to live, work, play and grow in one’s professional career.  With the Hope Tea brands,