Sponsor a Student for a Week
HRAP seeks to change the trajectory of the life of young people ages 17-24 by introducing them to the lifestyle of Human Resources (HR) as a vehicle to economic independence. Through structured HR focused program offerings, coupled with one-on-one mentoring, youth are introduced to the fundamental skills of leadership, social, and entrepreneurship. As a grassroots start-up organization we have built strong partnerships and developed close ties in the communities we’ve served. In our first year of delivering the HRAP program we have experienced an overwhelmingly positive impact on our students resulting in the need to expand and strengthen our services to reach more of the targeted population of youth. However, we can't do it alone. We need your help. We find that a $70 donation sponsors a child for one week. By clicking the link below you may contribute as little or as much as you like. Every dollar helps us to break the pipeline from school to incarceration.
HRAP Insurance Fund
To date, our biggest budget line item remains the funding of our Business Insurance. Business insurance protects our business from another person or business's claims. We purchase General Liability Insurance as well as Professional Liability Insurance, sometimes called errors and omissions insurance (E&O insurance), is coverage for another person's claims against businesses that provide professional and personal services.
Social Events (Art Show & Silent Auction)
Help support our annual Holiday Social Event (Art Show & Silent Auction), a great time for fellowship and celebration for Human Resources Achievement Program Inc. Help us celebrate an evening of art and networking to raise money for our program. This year's event will take place at the Anacostia Art Center, located at 1231 Good Hope Road Southeast, Washington, DC 20020.
In Washington, DC our average winter temperature is 41.5°F. Nearly 580,000 experience homelessness on a nightly basis in America. According to the results of the annual Point-in-Time Count — a regional census of the homeless population conducted every year on a single night in January — there were 6,904 homeless people in D.C. this year. In the cold winter temperatures these people have to worry about not only frostbite, illness, hypothermia, and depression. As we turn up the thermostats in our houses we have to wonder what we can do to help. The answer could be right in the back of your closet.That old coat and winter accessories just sitting there could be utilized by someone during the winter months. We collect items all year round. Please download and complete the clothes donation form, gather your items, complete the form and send us an email once ready for pickup at firstname.lastname@example.org.