Services of Hope

Services of Hope is a 501(c) (3) tax-exempt corporation that was founded in 2004. We strive to provide government policy-makers and school district administrators with a replicable model for underperforming elementary school transformation. We aim to produce high functioning academically successful fifth-graders. Our focus is on schools that year after year have denied the vast majority of their most vulnerable students a fair shot at success. Continuing this level of neglect is morally unconscionable, and we must provide a new start for these students.

SOH hopes to prevent the dismal future that statistical data suggests if children fail to achieve academically. Combining our passion to invest in young people with the support of our communities will make all the difference in the lives of our students and give them a chance to beat the odds. Through our Outreach program, we offer food pantries and connect the families with needed resources.

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Why can’t I go to his funeral? He was my friend. I don’t understand,” I told my teacher as tears ran down my cheeks. I was in 8th grade, and my friend had drowned in the Sabine River. He didn’t know how to swim. Brian and I had shared a…

Street-Side Salon

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One of the ways people described Saturday’s Street-Side Salon was that it was FUN. Now I don’t know about you, but I have rarely thought of volunteering at a non-profit event as fun. Rewarding? Yes. Part of my duty? Definitely. But fun? Not so much. Normally, I would drag myself out of…

#BeTheDad Movement

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In this world of so much chaos and destruction, many people are looking for ways to be a part of the solution, but with so many problems, even finding a cause to devote one’s self to can be overwhelming and diffuse your energy and efforts. So where do we turn? Our team…

Donations to A+ Academy

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I want to thank you so much for the papayas and chips! We went to A+ Academy, which has 1,000 students that are 95% low income, and 97% at-risk. We backed the truck in and set up a table in order to do the distribution. We gave 130 cases of…


Daniel B. Prescott