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Hope for Community Development Entrepreneurship Program Registration Starting March 2022

Updated: Mar 7, 2022






Hope for Community Development entrepreneurship program supports black and racialized youth and adults between ages 16-35. Hope for Community Development Entrepreneurship program gives promising entrepreneurs in the Kitchener-Waterloo region access to resources and skills providing the best chance for the success of their businesses. This is done through monthly training and educational workshop sessions as well as research to increase access to financial support that will help build employable skills and support entrepreneurs.


Income Stability

TD Bank Group (TD Ready Commitment) is a dedicated supporter of Hope for Community Development and is an exclusive financial institution sponsor of our Entrepreneurship program. They believe achieving Income Stability is one of the first steps on the road to Financial Security.




Every month starting March 2022, participants must come prepared with their questions and ready to participate. Hope for Community Development Development’s plans to prepare participants for the business industry, therefore we expect all participants to be professional and punctual.

Hope for Community Development Program registration is ongoing. All participants can register to start March 26, 2022, to December 2022.

To register, please call Executive Director Francess Dunhann @ 226-700-0769 or email at hopeforcommunitydevelopment@gmail.com. The program is hosted on zoom until further notice.

Current Program Times from March 2022 to December 2022:

March 26, 2022 – (6:00 pm - 8:00 pm)

All Hope for Community Development’s programs is free for all participants. All programs will be online until further notice.



About Hope for Community Development

Based in Kitchener-Waterloo, Hope for Community Development is a Canadian not-for-profit grassroots organization that works with marginalized children, youth, seniors, families, and communities to impact sustainable change through education, social advancement, and permanent learning prospects.

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