Hope House: Their efforts to support those affected by HIV and poverty.

Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Lenox Warren, Chief Executive Officer of Hope House in Memphis, Tennessee, who highlights the nonprofit organization’s mission and efforts to improve the quality of life for individuals and families affected by HIV and poverty.

During the interview, Lenox shares some of the history for the organization and how their programs and efforts have evolved over the years, then talks about some of their programs, including early childhood education, preparing pre-school children for entry into kindergarten, supportive social services, assisting individuals in obtaining education and employment, collaboration with other community resources, and educating the Memphis community about HIV/AIDS to prevent the disease from spreading and to eliminate the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS. She also highlights their upcoming event, CMOM After Dark, being held Friday, March 31 at the Children’s Museum of Memphis. The family-friendly event includes admission to the museum, food, drinks, face painting, games, character meet and greets, unlimited carousel rides and lots of fun for the whole family!

Visit www.hopehousememphis.org to learn more.

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