Governor Kasich said Ohio’s number one
goal for 2012 is the development of
a productive workforce.
Wayne County Common Good works
to achieve that goal.
The HOPE Fund,
a local self-sustaining work and education
fund, helps build a self-supporting, skilled
It provides small amounts
of money to serious job seekers to improve
their chances of getting jobs or better jobs.
What Is the H.O.P.E. Fund?
Helping Others Prepare for Employment (HOPE) is a local, self-sustaining work and education fund. It supports the efforts of the Wayne County Common Good, a non-profit association of community organizations working together to help adults get jobs or better jobs. They train, offer job placement, share information and make referrals.
- To build a self-sustaining work and education fund with
- To help adults in our community get jobs or better jobs
- To develop a self-supporting, skilled workforce in Wayne County
- To promote individual work ethic
A locally operated work and education fund is flexible.
• Identify community work-related needs.
• Set guidelines.
• Respond quickly to fill gaps.
• Promote self-reliance when government funding is not available.
Common Good, Inc.
PO Box 190,
Burbank, Ohio 44214
The HOPE Fund is a component of
the Wayne County Community Foundation.
It is not affiliated with Wooster HOPE Center.