Alexia is a very talented young artist. Her Christmas card drawing won the contest this year and her fourth grade class is very excited about it! They get to have a pizza party since the winning artist was from their grade.
Alexia has been attending Voice of Hope for almost 4 years and will turn 10 on December 29th. Her favorite activities at Voice of Hope’s after-school program are playing outside, Bible study lessons, and of course, arts and crafts. She says that she loves the Bible study classes because they help her understand more of what she learns at church. She wrote one of her favorite verses on her card, "A Savior has been born.” Luke 2:11
One of Alexia’s favorite memories at Voice of Hope is when they went on a field trip to see the movie “BFG” and she loves her coaches. She especially likes that they help her read. She is currently reading the book series, “Bad Kitty.” Alexia is a straight A student who is described by her coaches as friendly and respectful; a true servant leader in her classroom.
Impacting the Future
“Working with the kids brings an indescribable joy to my heart that nothing else ever has in my life.”
Henry Bould has been volunteering at Voice of Hope since his Freshman year at Trinity Christian Academy. As Henry explains, a simple need for volunteer hours in 9th grade has grown into a passion.
Darian has worked at and been a part of the Voice of Hope family for a little over a year. In that short time, she has taken on many roles and responsibilities helping whenever and however she can. Darian has served as a Site Leader, Development Assistant, and is currently working as a
Ms. Kay Peoples
Kay moved back to Dallas from South Carolina, where she worked in adult education and rehabilitation. In 2007, Kay began working at Voice of Hope. She worked as a
Mrs. Jo-Ann Towery Brown has been part of Voice of Hope’s family almost since its inception. Thirty Four years ago,
Claudia Favela has twin daughters at Voice of Hope's main campus.
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Brittney Carruthus, shown here with two of her daughters, Journey and Tymerian.
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Stories of Hope
Voice of Hope is proud to share a series of stories through this year that will tell the history of Voice of Hope and what a tremendous impact your support has had in the community and so many lives.