Words from the NEW Director!
Rose of Hope Foundation is an Indiana state nonprofit organization, working to create and provide educational opportunities for high-risk student populations.
Our mission is to create and support projects, initiatives and programs that involve mentorship and workshops that
encourage youth to make better decisions to ensure that achieving success is within arm's reach.
Rose of Hope Foundation was founded in 2008 after the innovation of Holding Hands With Our Future day of mentorship. Brooke Moreland served three years as a resident assistant (RA) at Butler University and while being a resident assistant (RA) had to follow through with the task of completing a programming requirement for her residential position. The program had to be related to serving the community. By allowing the members of her younger brother's book club to explore the Butler University campus, the foundation and many other community programs like Holding Hands With Our Future were born through a passion to give back to her community and develop a foundation to support youth that overcome adversity with hopes of achieving success!
Director Emeritus Welcome
May 1, 2018
I hope that you join us in celebrating the installation of our new director, Shona Moreland. She has been instrumental in the nonprofit's success across the state of Indiana and in the great relationships that the nonprofit has been able to build with other organizations. The Rose of Hope Foundation summer camp grew out of the positive reputation that Shona has with Indy Parks and her ability to secure all of the awesome activities that we are able to deliver to students each year at the summer camp.
It is humbling to become the first director emeritus and I hope that I can provide guidance and support when needed in the execution of the entity.
"From the Holding Hands With Our Future day of mentorship, where youth, grades 5-12, gain the opportunity to participate in receiving a college mentor for a day, attend college courses, participate in a college panel and tour college campuses to the Association for Multicultural Understanding in Secondary Education (AMUSE), which hosts a 4-week summer workshop to empower the society of tomorrow by educating youth through diversity education, the Rose of Hope Foundation hopes to not only support in-house programs, but to actively adopt and sponsor other community activists and future philanthropists in promoting their independently developed programs as well. I love developing ideas that will bless others and support others in their journey to reach their goals. Again, welcome to the Rose of Hope site and if you have any questions or inquiries about how to get involved as a volunteer, please send
an email to: email@example.com.
Sincerely & Yours in Service,
Members of the 2018-2019 Advisory Board are pending and will be published online by October 31, 2018.
If you are interested in serving as an advisory board member, please send inquiries to Brooke Moreland, firstname.lastname@example.org.