The Giving Tuesday Challenge

Make a gift of any amount by midnight on December 1 to unlock a $5,000 grant to fund empowering programs for students!

Young people are full of potential. They are creative, bold, and talented. When they are given opportunities to learn and grow, they can change the world around them. But too often, they are trapped by their circumstances, limited by poverty, and stuck in the status quo.

Hands Offering Hope believes in the potential of young people and exists to help them thrive.

What We Do

Through our flagship programs, including the Institute, Michael Lotito Fellowship, Leadership Clubs, and partnerships with community leaders, we help young people realize their potential and pursue big dreams.

Who We Are

Young leaders are also at the helm of Hands Offering Hope programs. Our key initiatives are led by Institute alumni who are investing in the next generation of students in their communities. 

Where We Work

We are anchored in a region of Mexico called Lázaro Cárdenas in the state of Quintana Roo, where poverty and social expectations limit students’ options.

Each summer, we welcome talented young leaders to the Institute—a four-week intensive program where students learn, grow, and dream together.

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Meet students, learn about programs, and get an inside look at our work in Mexico by signing up for our email list!

Volunteer

Bring your professional expertise to students in Mexico by volunteering as a trainer. We’d love to learn more about you!

Donate

Support our initiatives! Your generosity opens doors for bright, bold, creative young people with incredible potential.

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