Operation HOPE: Creating a More Financially Literate Future

By: Brittany DeDiego, Fall 2014 Student Intern

learnOperation HOPE is a leading nonprofit social investment banking and financial literacy empowerment organization created in 1992 that works to promote financial preparedness and foreclosure prevention. They also help communities after natural disasters to help people effected recover financially. The organization includes several divisions:

Since its inception, HOPE has helped more than 2 million people and has directed more than $1.5 billion in private capital to America’s low-wealth communities, and operates in more than 300 cities internationally. HOPE provides financial literacy seminars as well as one-on-one counseling as well as emergency outreach assistance. For more information about these free financial services go here.

As part of National Financial Literacy Month, you could also attend one of HOPE’s financial literacy events. For the full calendar of events, go here.