Hope in Legacy

Hope in Legacy

More than 5,150 grandparents in Westchester are raising grandchildren.  Many live below the poverty level, and a disproportionate number are women of color. But these caregivers are not awarded social service benefits comparable to those given to foster-care parents,...

Hope in Weeds

    In upcoming weeks, visitors to The Center at Mariandale will notice more color on what has traditionally been tightly mown lawn — yellow dandelions, white clover, purple bugleweed, and colorful signage announcing our participation in No Mow May.  The...

Hope in Dialogue

  In 2020, the murder of George Floyd and other African Americans including Ahmaud Arberry and Breonna Taylor sparked outrage, ignited Black Lives Matter protests around the country and world, and motivated the Hope family to educate ourselves about systemic...
Hope in Service

Hope in Service

Last month, college students converged on Florida beaches in record-breaking numbers for Spring Break vacation. A smaller number seeking “alternative break” experiences chose community service, reflection, and prayer instead. Last month, 20 students from Mt. Aloysius...