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Big Hope Project is a grassroots 501c3 organization led by two Haitian-American brothers born & raised in Dorchester, MA.
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/expungement, workforce education events, and outreach for the Massachusetts Social Equity Program.
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Education is the only ladder for these rural children to climb out of poverty. Isha Vidhya creates a bright future for 7158 rural children in its 9 rural schools.
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Our goal for 2022 is to provide free sealing/expungement services for 50 Massachusetts residents, each of whom are made up of demographics identified by the Cannabis Control Commission (C.C.C.) as harmed by the war on drugs. Big Hope project aims to positively impact those communities through this work.
We serve the below individuals
Areas of disproportionate
Are residents of an area of disproportionate impact, as identified by the C.C.C., for at least 5 of the past 10 years and an income that does not exceed 200% of the Federal Poverty Level
Have past drug conviction(s) and residence in Massachusetts for at least the preceding 12 months
Related to drug conviction individual
Are married to or the child of a person with a drug conviction and residence in Massachusetts for at least the preceding 12 months
Arrested for cannabis
Have been arrested for cannabis or cannabis-related charges in any U.S. state
Are women, the disabled, Native people, LGBTQ, African-American, LatinX, or other marginalized people