Illinois Company Gives One Year of Free Services to Nashville Non-profit

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HR4NON-PROFITS' Incubator Project gives free services, support and products to Ray of Hope Community Church's CDC in Nashville to establish a Freedom School.

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HR4NON-PROFITS Inc. launched a campaign last fall to donate services to one not for profit organization for one year – for free. The organization selected was Ray of Hope Community Church in Nashville, Tennessee and their community development plan to establish a Children’s Defense Fund Freedom School ®. Ray of Hope Community Church is led by Pastors Rev. Martin Espinosa and Rev. Dr. Renita J. Weems.

In 1999, Pastor Espinosa created Hope Community Development Corporation (Hope CDC) as a not-for-profit organization to assist and grow the community of East Nashville by developing ministries and services that would promote positive social change for disadvantaged persons and groups in the Nashville community and beyond. “Our programs speak directly to the spiritual, mental, cultural, and financial needs of those who are disproportionably affected by the housing market, failing urban schools, and double digit unemployment rates,” said Rev. Martin Espinosa.

Because of Ray of Hope’s commitment to the least of them, for one year, Hope CDC will receive grant-writing, fund-raising, training, board development, technology, social networking expertise and support, products and supplies – for free.

“After the economy collapsed and funding was rapidly withdrawn from organizations, I saw many social service agencies closing. My heart grieved for the many children and families who would not receive the services given by such agencies and not-for-profits, and so I started the Incubator Project,” said Theresa Dear, Founder and President of HR4NON-PROFITS. The Incubator Project is the giving back arm of HR4NON-PROFITS Inc.

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