EnerCorp Employees Band Together with Community Church for Grand Opening of Hope’s Path

Hope’s Path is a non-profit 501(c)3 that uses a faith based community approach to direct foster youth towards confident sustainable independence.

In October of 2016 EnerCorp employees banded together with a local, community church to help with remodeling efforts, yard landscaping, and furniture installation for the grand opening preparations of an amazing organization called Hope’s Path.

Hope’s Path is a non-profit 501(c)3 that uses a faith based community approach to direct foster youth towards confident sustainable independence. Hope’s Path offers a 4-cornerstone approach that includes a curriculum of soft skilled development (character development, management of emotions, and self-control, leadership and interpersonal communication skills), life skills development (home/car/personal maintenance, cooking, laundry, etc.), a team of six mentors assigned to each young adult (housing, healthcare, transportation, education, social/community development, finance), and vocational/career apprenticeships. Statistics show that the plight of a young person who ages out of the foster care system is heart-breaking due to the lack of support they get from their community. Hope’s Path is working to break that cycle one life at a time.

You can learn more about this life changing organization by visiting: https://www.hopespath.org/

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