Operation HOPE Opens Atlanta Regional Office

(L-R) Martin Luther King Jr. III; Jeff Fendler, Operation HOPE Board Co-chair; Ambassador Andrew Young; Candace Byrd, Mayor Kasim Reed’s Chief of Staff; John Hope Bryant, Operation HOPE Founder and CEO; Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall, Lance Triggs, Operation HOPE EVP, Chief of HOPE Financial Literacy; and Rev. Dr. Raphael Gamaliel Warnock, Pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church.

With an open house reception and ribbon-cutting ceremony at their new Peachtree stree offices, Operation HOPE celebrated the official opening of its regional office in Atlanta last week. The offices will house several regional staff, most notably, the Operation HOPE Chairman and Founder John Hope Bryant. The reception was attended by Atlanta notables Candace Byrd, Mayor Kasim Reed’s Chief of Staff, Martin Luther King III, Atlanta Councilman Kwanza Hal, and civil rights icon and HOPE Board member, Ambassador Andrew Young.

For more on the HOPE Crisis Hotlines,

In addition to the open house, HOPE proudly launched two hotlines focused on helping those in the region needing economic support. The Mortgage HOPE Crisis Hotline and the HOPE Consumer Credit Crisis Hotlines in Atlanta are a part of Operation HOPE’s commitment to support Atlantans and those in the area who are trying to survive this economic downturn. The toll-free hotline at 888-388 HOPE (4673) provides free financial counseling to those faced with mortgage and credit challenges.

IMAGES USA was proud to help bring attention to the arrival of this “financial lifeboat” in the Atlanta area and we’re looking forward to a continued relationship with Operation HOPE. For more on Operation HOPE, visit OperationHope.org.

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