Join us at the Tawheed Center in Farmington Hills Sunday June 10th, to help raise funds for Masjid Fatimah.
Proud member of Detroit Community Farms, join us weekly beginning July 7th at the Banglatown Farmers Market. Interested vendors urged to sign up as well.
Sign up to participate in our annual poetry slam. Winner will receive a scholarship
We've helped create a community by rehabilitating homes in the area. This has resulted in a safer neighborhood.
Vegetables and fruits sold at the Banglatown Farmers Market are grown locally in our urban farm.
Participating in FIRST Robotics, our 2018 Rookie team, 7168 Infinity, received the Rookie Inspiration Award at the Waterford District Event
Participating in the Detroit Police Athletics League (PAL), team Mousumee won the fall 2015 Championship
We are in the process of developing a youth mentorship program to help the youth have mentors in similar fields of interest.
Partnering with Global Youth Service Day, we host annual neighborhood cleanups
One of the earliest programs of Hope Center was distributing food to seniors and the poor
Our ESL Program helps the local immigrant community integrate with society
Throughout our programs catered for the youth, we have raised funds to provide scholarships to help them further their education
A special project helped supply 300 orphans in Bangladesh from essential supplies to food
A special project helped a remote area in Sylhet, Bangladesh obtain access to clean water
From daily prayers to board meetings, Masjid Fatimah is home to all
Guests are welcome to the Masjid for open discussion and dialogue on religion
We offer classes from Basic Computers to Citizenship Exam Prep
Our board, volunteers their time and consists of high school students, college students, corporate employees, and retirees. They bring their diverse talent to help the betterment of our community via the Hope Center. Our Board of Directors consist of the following:
In 2002, Akm Rahman called a meeting at the Coleman Young Community Center, with a group of community activist from the Metro Detroit area. These community activist were appalled that so many of our neighbors were in desperate proverty, and wanted to help. Akm formed Hope Center, Inc. to give immediate relief, by distributing food to the poor. Over the years, more than 500 volunteers have distributed food from the center’s offices. We since offered a range of other services. Over the years Hope Center has expanded its services and recently reshaped in organizational structure. Today it is a 501©3 tax-exempt organization located on 1.5 acres of land at the corner of Joseph Compau and Carpenter. The site was Formerly Krejenke Buick’s used car lot and our building covers 2,700 square feet,. The front of the building (400 sq feet) has been extensively remodeled in the last year.When Hope Center was formed, we had no idea that the national economy would soon face the worst slump since the Great Depression! Since our region is so heavily dependent on the now ailing auto industry, the local poverty is, for many, absolutely devastating. The services we offer are needed now, more than ever!