The Search for Hope 

"Four new schools every 15 to 20 years aren’t enough. We leave thousands of our children in obsolete, antiquated facilities that fail to meet their educational and social-emotional needs."

Truth is, many of our children won't wake up tomorrow morning to a warm smile or a hot breakfast or words of encouragement before they're sent out the door to school. But a far greater truth is that every child deserves a…

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