Our Impact in _____
See how Boys Hope Girls Hope of _____ is meeting our mission and bringing our community together.
in long-term residential program
scholars in comprehensive academy programs
working toward their degrees
total young people
who are motivated
to achieve their potential
PARTNERSHIPS THAT GIVE HOPE
go to college
persist in college
graduates in 2021!
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from families below the US poverty link
from underrepresented minority groups
girls and young women
boys and young men
SERVING OTHERS IN NEED
Becoming well-educated and career-ready is all complimented by a focus on living a life of service to others—a key component of Boys Hope Girls Hope’s proven track record of life-transforming impact on scholar success. Our scholars regularly participate in community service activities, complete service reflections, research community issues they are passionate about, brainstorm solutions they can offer, and lead service projects.
Josette became Boys Hope Girls Hope’s 13th college graduate when she earned a degree in Child and Family Services from La Roche College in 2015. She currently works as a Patient Care Technician at UPMC.
I was in my second freshman year of high school, planning to eventually drop out. During my first interview for [Boys Hope] Girls Hope, I remember telling [the program director] that what I really needed was someone who cared about me enough to push me. She must have...
Boys Hope Girls Hope was my saving grace. It was the best experience of my life.Like many other young women who enter our long-term scholarship program, life for Tiana was less than ideal. A chaotic environment and detrimental family situation had her in between...
They prepared me to discipline myself through school and part-time jobs. I learned to put effort and time into what I was doing.As our 15th and most recent college graduate, Shelby earned a bachelor’s degree in Health Management Services with a minor in Psychology...
When we needed each other most we were always good for a laugh, a hug, or even the sometimes necessary tough love. That is my favorite memory – the love.Dayna began her journey at Boys Hope Girls Hope at the age of 14 – just two days before she started high school,...
Karen’s Alumni Story
To me, Girls Hope means a safe place for girls to live, and gain access to opportunities that they otherwise may not have had access to at home.Karen came to Boys Hope Girls Hope at the age of 12. She attended St. Joseph’s for grade school and Our Lady of the Sacred...