What is @HopeMob?

Jessica H. -

As collaborative data from Nonprofit Quarterly and the Annie E. Casey Foundation show only 7% of nonprofits are directed by people of color and only 18% of nonprofit employees are people of color. 

Experienced and wise advocates for hope too often go unsupported and underfunded.

This narrative must be changed and we can change it. @HopeMob formed because we believe we can work together, draw from one another, and make a lasting difference. That is what a mob does—it gives us courage and confidence because we are no longer alone.

Welcome to a new kind of mob, the @HopeMob

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