#GivingTuesdayNow is a new global day of giving and unity that will take place on May 5, 2020 – in addition to the regularly scheduled Dec 1, 2020 #GivingTuesday – as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. 

For 20 years Operation New Hope has served the community, but now our mission is more critical than ever. Jails and prisons are struggling to protect their populations from coronavirus. Inmates cannot participate in social distancing and lack the hygiene and medical resources necessary to battle a pandemic. As a result, many jails and prisons are considering releasing low level offenders, elders and those with minor drug charges as a strategy to protect the greatest number of people.

With increasing numbers of people returning from incarceration to our communities, Operation New Hope and other nonprofits that help this population are being challenged to help more and more people secure the housing, food, transportation, training, and job placement they need. Providing these resources not only helps these people individually, but also serves as a safety measure for the community, helping to prevent crime. In order to answer the call, we must find ways to serve this vulnerable population with limited funding and stringent social distancing restrictions. 

You can help by #GivingHopeNow on #GivingTuesdayNow! 

Please help us continue to provide services to our current clients while also preparing to be able to do so for the hundreds more who will be returning to our community in the next few weeks and months. 

In a time of social distancing, we implore each of you to find novel ways to show we are still together. By coming together during our time apart, we can ensure that our organization remains intact and ready to answer the call when the illness has passed. 

GIVE HOPE TODAY!

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by Operation New Hope


#GivingTuesdayNow is a new global day of giving and unity that will take place on May 5, 2020 – in addition to the regularly scheduled Dec 1, 2020 #GivingTuesday – as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. 

For 20 years Operation New Hope has served the community, but now our mission is more critical than ever. Jails and prisons are struggling to protect their populations from coronavirus. Inmates cannot participate in social distancing and lack the hygiene and medical resources necessary to battle a pandemic. As a result, many jails and prisons are considering releasing low level offenders, elders and those with minor drug charges as a strategy to protect the greatest number of people.

With increasing numbers of people returning from incarceration to our communities, Operation New Hope and other nonprofits that help this population are being challenged to help more and more people secure the housing, food, transportation, training, and job placement they need. Providing these resources not only helps these people individually, but also serves as a safety measure for the community, helping to prevent crime. In order to answer the call, we must find ways to serve this vulnerable population with limited funding and stringent social distancing restrictions. 

You can help by #GivingHopeNow on #GivingTuesdayNow! 

Please help us continue to provide services to our current clients while also preparing to be able to do so for the hundreds more who will be returning to our community in the next few weeks and months. 

In a time of social distancing, we implore each of you to find novel ways to show we are still together. By coming together during our time apart, we can ensure that our organization remains intact and ready to answer the call when the illness has passed. 

GIVE HOPE TODAY!