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How can I support HopeWorks?

Visit our “Get Involved” page and determine what role may work for you. HopeWorks is always available to discuss specific needs as our headquarters and new social enterprise needs develop. Please don’t hesitate to contact us using our web form or call (425) 610-4931.

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Who are the HopeWorks community supporters?

HopeWorks enjoys many supporters in Snohomish and King County areas. Many individuals lend a hand as volunteers, mentors, become social investors or choose to donate to our Renew Home & Décor social enterprise. Many local corporations support HopeWorks in many different ways. The organizations that helped launch HopeWorks include: Bill and [...]

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How many Social Enterprises does HopeWorks manage?

Ground Works Landscaping was established in January 2011 as HopeWorks’ first social enterprise. Through employment and training, this business provides pathways to professional careers in the Landscaping Industry. Ground Works is a participating member in the Washington Association of Landscape Professionals in Snohomish County. WaterWorks Irrigation Services was established in April 2012 [...]

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Who are the HopeWorks Social Enterprise clients?

HopeWorks serves individuals with employment challenges who have a desire to learn, develop employable skills that produce a pathway to living wage careers in the local community.  Through their social enterprises, HopeWorks develops specific intern opportunities that provide direct experiences in established businesses. Many of HopeWorks clients currently come from Housing [...]

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What is the HopeWorks mission?

HopeWorks Social Enterprises helps low-income, Snohomish County residents, achieve self-sufficiency through social enterprises that provide training and pathways to living-wage jobs.

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What is a Social Enterprise?

“Social enterprises are businesses whose primary purpose is the common good. They use the methods and disciplines of business and the power of the marketplace to advance their social, environmental and human justice agendas.” Three characteristics distinguish a social enterprise from other types of businesses, nonprofits and government agencies: It directly [...]

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