Community of Hope is a D.C.-based nonprofit that works to empower impoverished adults and children through their housing, healthcare and educational services. Through their various assistance programs, Community of Hope helps individuals get back on their feet by providing stable homes, educational opportunities, job referrals, counseling and more.

To donate online to Community of Hope, please  click here .

To donate to Community of Hope by mail, please send a check payable to “Community of Hope” to: Community of Hope, 4 Atlantic St. SW, Washington D.C. 20032, Attention: Helping Hand.

Please note, by selecting to make a donation in the name of The Washington Post Helping Hand, the donor is authorizing the selected nonprofit to share the donor’s name, mailing address, e-mail address phone number and donation amount with The Washington Post for the purpose of acknowledging individual donations.

Read about Community of Hope in The Washington Post:

Mom vowed to change when drugs threatened her family

For one District family, what a difference a year makes

Three local charities partner with The Post to help house the homeless this winter

Community of Hope helped her go from a homeless shelter to a college dorm room

At Community of Hope, compassion starts at the top