Women are the backbone of society.
When women are economically empowered, they impact their families, their neighborhood and ultimately society. We believe that social justice is a result of economic empowerment.
The Java Hope Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women break the cycle of poverty through business development. Through our extensive small-business skills training program, we empower individuals to own and operate their own coffee cart businesses.
Women who complete the business training and achieve business ownership with the Java Hope Project are able to move from social service dependency to self-sufficiency. Through our program, women become proud taxpayers and civically engaged entrepreneurs, as self-employment provides them with vital opportunities for stability not available through other low-paying jobs. Women who attain these goals through the Java Hope Project also take the first step toward creating family legacies of business ownership, translating into long-term economic opportunities for their children and other loved ones.
There are numerous ways to get involved with the Java Hope Project. Explore our website to learn more about becoming a candidate, volunteering with our organization or making a donation. No matter how you choose to take part, you’ll become an important part of our mission to alleviate poverty and strengthen our local communities.