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Hope Network for Kids

At Hope Network, we believe everyone deserves to live life to the fullest – including kids.

Unfortunately many kids live with barriers that prevent them from doing so. That’s why we need your support.

Here’s a little more information about three key Hope Network services, serving kids in remarkable ways.


Michigan Education Corps

Forty-five thousand students in Michigan are failing to reach basic levels of literacy. That’s why Michigan Education Corps exists. Not reading proficiently by third grade means a child is much more susceptible to dropping out of school and ending up in jail. Quite simply, being able to read means a brighter and healthier future.

Twenty minutes at a time, we’re tutoring students in Michigan schools so they can overcome – but we could be serving thousands more.

Learn more about the Michigan Education Corps.


In 2020, the CDC reported that approximately 1 in 54 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), according to 2016 data. Boys are four times more likely to be diagnosed with autism than girls.

At our Center for Autism, we give these children a chance – with caring experts and an outcomes-based approach.

We’re encouraged by what we’ve done and the families we’ve helped, but we want to do more.

Learn more about the Hope Network Center for Autism.


DART is our program for children between the ages of 8 and 17 with behavioral challenges. Many at DART have complex developmental conditions and unspeakable pasts, and face challenges that make it impossible to thrive in the community.

Here, however, they are surrounded by other kids. A caring staff. An environment where they can learn basic skills that will hopefully translate to community integration.

It’s our privilege to serve children, but we want to help so many more.

Learn more about our DART Program.

We need your support to help more children. Please donate to the Hope Network Foundation.

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