Only by helping each other can we make the world better.
Big Hope Project is a grassroots 501c3 organization led by two Haitian-American brothers born and raised in Dorchester, Massachusetts.
Our mission is to reduce the cycle of recidivism by providing direct aid to communities disproportionately impacted by the war on drugs. Our services include free record sealing and expungement, workforce education events, and outreach to educate the community about the Massachusetts Cannabis Social Equity Program.
We provide a platform for ideas that bring local places to life.
We work to close the information and opportunity gap for those negatively impacted the warn on drugs. Our team works to educate BIPOC and returning citizens about eligibility requirements for the Massachusetts Social Equity program targeting the cannabis industry.
Big Hope also services Massachusetts communities with free seminars and B2B networking events educating the community members about opportunities in cannabis industry. Our team also works with those negatively impacted by War on Drug to connect them to legal support clinics.
What happens when a city becomes a gallery?
Too many youths out here are stuck in the cycles of recidivism. Where I’m from, you are lucky to make it out alive.
We make platform
for people to improve
their local area.
A wide range of services to support our projects
We collect metrics to develop annual Positive Impact Report illustrating and quantifying the impact we are making on our communities each year.
We work to close the information gap on expungement eligibility & social equity in the cannabis industry for bipoc & returning citizens.
We conduct ongoing DEI efforts in communities harmed by the war on drugs which include seminars, B2B networking, and legal support clinics.