Thirty years ago, from the ashes of a smoldering city impacted by violence and despair a beacon of hope emerged for the poor, the forgotten, and the disenfranchised: Operation HOPE. ...
SaportaReport is proud to present the latest in Thought Leaders from across Georgia. Designed as a general forum where experts may host discussions about their respective fields, SaportaReport Thought Leadership is sponsored by various industry leaders from the Atlanta area. Operation HOPE showcases the importance of working to disrupt poverty and empower inclusion for low and moderate-income youth and adults. Founder, John Hope Bryant, shares his own perspectives and experiences in a class-driven economy.
Thirty years ago, from the ashes of a smoldering city impacted by violence and despair a beacon of hope emerged for the poor, the forgotten, and the disenfranchised: Operation HOPE. From its inception, HOPE has always been a source of inspiration for the potential that lies in every person, city, and community that’s uplifted with […]
Iconic Ceremony to Kick Off National Financial Literacy Month in April Financial Literacy for All (FL4A), a coalition aimed at embedding financial wellbeing into American culture, visited the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square to kick off National Financial Literacy Month. In honor of the occasion, Operation HOPE Founder, Chairman and CEO John Hope Bryant, rang […]
Transaction Represents One of the Largest Capital Raises for a Black-Owned Company Over the Last Decade Facility is Part of Recapitalization to Form New Joint Venture with Other Institutional Investors to Accelerate Growth of Promise Homes’ Unique Impact Housing Product and Financial Empowerment Offerings to Thousands of New Residents ATLANTA–The Promise Homes Company, the largest […]
You’ll often hear me say that America is not just a place. Instead, she’s an idea. Although many people listen to me, not many really hear what I’m saying. America, as we know her, was founded with progress and achievement in mind. She’s a testament to the inherently resilient nature of humanity and our undying […]
Average U.S. credit scores climb to 695 according to Experian’s State of Credit report and new HOPE Financial Wellness Index As we end the second summer since the arrival of COVID-19, Experian® today announced key findings from its 12th annual State of Credit report. This year’s report also serves as a launch for Operation HOPE’s all-new HOPE Financial Wellness […]
Investing is one of the major engines of financial success in America and has been used by countless individuals as a pathway for wealth and economic wellbeing. In recent months, we’ve seen an uptick in new investors entering the arena looking to capitalize on the moment and secure their financial futures through stocks and investing. […]
HBCU becomes first to officially commit to $130M initiative funded by Shopify Clark Atlanta University (CAU) today announced a groundbreaking partnership as the first Historically Black College and University (HBCU) to officially partner with Operation HOPE’s national One Million Black Business Initiative (1MBB). CAU’s commitment includes impacting the creation of 1000 Black entrepreneurs and business […]
“Financial Literacy for All” Initiative Includes Walmart, Disney, Bank of America, Walgreens, Delta Air Lines, NFL and NBA, Khan Academy, Operation HOPE and Ares Management Recently, a prominent group of business, sports, entertainment, and nonprofit leaders are coming together today to launch “Financial Literacy for All,” a national initiative to support embedding financial literacy into American culture. […]
Operation HOPE today announced that Craig Boundy, Chief Executive Officer of Experian North America, has joined the HOPE Global Board of Advisors. Boundy leads Experian’s North American business lines, and plays a key role in driving the company’s commitment to helping marginalized communities get fair and affordable access to lending. In October 2019, Boundy led Experian to join Operation […]
In honor of Women’s History Month, I want to discuss how women have been impacted by this pandemic and what we can do to help bring a different perspective and approach to equity in the workplace. We’ve heard much about how African American and Latinos are being disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic, both physically […]