HOPE Nehemiah Action ZOOM meeting – March 22 at 7pm. Join your fellow PCPC congregation members and HOPE congregations as we speak with community leaders and decision makers about local affordable housing, criminal justice, and behavioral health systems. Your attendance is important to the cause!
PCPC is one of 25 local congregations actively involved in the Hillsborough Organization for Progress and Equality (HOPE). The most important meeting of the year is the Nehemiah Action meeting. This annual meeting unites over 1,000 people from different faiths, race/ethnicity, and geographic backgrounds to change unjust systems and transform our community. You are invited to join your fellow PCPC congregation members and HOPE congregations as we speak with community leaders and decision makers about our local affordable housing, criminal justice, and behavioral health systems.
If you want to learn more about HOPE, please check out their website by clicking here. HOPE is a multi-issue, grassroots, community organization consisting of 25 multicultural and interfaith member congregations throughout Hillsborough County. HOPE is a non-partisan, private, non-profit, 501(c) 3, tax-exempt, community organization founded and incorporated in the State of Florida in 1988.
HOPE’s mission is to promote justice, fairness, and the dignity of people, by engaging and training people to responsibly and successfully act together to hold officials accountable to improve the systems affecting the quality of life in our communities. It fulfills its mission by training residents to identify common community problems experienced by families and neighbors, meeting with local experts and decision-makers to better understand the problems and identify long-term solutions, and taking action to hold decision-makers accountable to implement the long-term systemic solutions.
If you have questions about HOPE or how you can become more involved, please reach out to our Administrator, Erin McKenney, at firstname.lastname@example.org.