We face a critical moment in our communities - economic turmoil and people’s desire to reconnect and reengage have made our work more important than before. The question for each of us is: Will we turn outward toward our community and make hope real? In this moment people are looking for leaders who are willing to step forward, to see their reality and make hope real. So at The Harwood Institute we are creating a campaign for public life - a campaign to make hope real.
Download a Make Hope Real Poster, hang it in your office and help to spark a conversation with others about what it means to make hope real.