Project Hope gives inner city kids useful, powerful tools to survive & thrive

Making money through your creations and creating in the kitchen.These are two hot topics now being offered by ...

Posted: Apr 25, 2018 5:23 PM
Updated: Apr 25, 2018 5:23 PM

Making money through your creations and creating in the kitchen.

These are two hot topics now being offered by the "Project Hope Youth Program."

This non-profit off West Capitol Drive works with inner city kids to help make them as well rounded as possible by tackling real-life issues.

The hope is then they'll do more than survive. They'll thrive.

Several six-week sessions kick off either today or tomorrow. These classes are geared to kids 8 to 21.

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