The Village of Hope is rooted in an African/African American experience, and we are committed to a powerful and unified community. We welcome and embrace all people who are in the struggle to end racism and usher in justice.

Our mission is to work in cooperation with other organizations and with elders, children, youth and adults to build and experience a strong and healthy community where people are liberated to live powerfully in every aspect of our lives.

Events

The Village of Hope Community Meetings

Every Wednesday at 6 pm
9421 18th Avenue SW (Second Floor)
Seattle, WA 98106

The Village of Hope/Plymouth Church/European Dissent Partnership Meetings

First Monday of each Month (except holidays) at 6 pm
Plymouth Church
1217 6th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

Black Prisoner's Caucus

The Village of Hope is in partnership with the Black Prisoners Caucus at several institutions and helps to coordinate community attendance at meetings and other events at summits and forums throughout the year.

About Us

Our History

The Village of Hope emerged from racial and social justice work at Freedom Church of Seattle in the late 1990s to address education, criminal justice, economic development, healing, and the love ethic. That work included leadership or partnership in efforts such as:

In 2004 the Village of Hope was founded as a non-profit organization to serve the community.

The Village of Hope employs the Powerful Living Process that promotes excellence for all of our people through collective learning and support, community organizing and leadership development.

The Powerful Living Process includes:

Our Guiding Principles

The Village of Hope is part of a network that has incorporated Undoing Racism Principles developed by the People's Institute for Survival and Beyond:

Support the Work of the Village

Donations are always welcome.

We are a 501c3 organization. Our EIN# is 20-2177153.

Please send check or money order to:
The Village of Hope Seattle
P.O. Box 46485
Seattle Washington 98146