Hope Centers

Cy-Hope Hope Centers create “community centers” in underserved neighborhoods where kids can come after school and during the summers to work on tutoring, learn life skills, and receive mentoring. Hope Centers also provide help with reading with a goal of every student reading at or above grade level. Statistics show that students who are not reading at or above grade level by the time they reach third grade have a greater chance of dropping out of school. Cy-Hope currently has Hope Centers in a mobile home community, three apartment complexes, and a church community center. Our Mobile Hope Center offers STEM education to children throughout our community. Read more about our mobile hope center, as featured in the Houston Chronicle.

Student participation waivers can be downloaded here, English and Spanish versions are available.

Our Hope Centers are always in need of special items.  If you would like to donate, please check out our wish list.  All donations can be brought to our Cy-Hope Headquarters at 12715 Telge Road.

Learn more about how your business, corporation, church, or organization can help financially by adopting a Hope Center.

Click here to check out our new online Cy-Hope Donation Store that will provide a running wish list of needed supplies for our Hope Center kids throughout the year.

Interested in helping our Hope Center program? Read more about volunteer opportunities.

Safe Sanctuary form (click here to complete)

Volunteer application (click here to complete)

Volunteer Webform

Volunteer Webform

Interested in volunteering for our programs?

Select the programs that interest you and submit your name and email to be contacted. You can also call 713-466-HOPE (4673) to learn more.