There is a new 1-year mission and commitment from Lila Davidson to provide shelter for homeless citizens in Escambia County.  Now that kids are back in school, HOPEfully, the blessing of being in school will be enough inspiration for our students.  In the meantime, as performing arts programs become available for large audiences we will plan for the next school year.

Do you believe it is possible that the arts has the power to heal the divide in our culture?  We have witnessed the magic,

and we have HOPE. 

The Mission of H.O.P.E.

H.O.P.E is on a mission to close the gap in education by working with and through other non-profits, institutions, charter, private, and public schools by providing motivational and inspirational outreach programs to students. Exposing children to significant cultural events and outreach programs, while focusing on the hearts and will of the children more than the GPA or IQ. Serving ALL children, especially the disadvantaged, underserved, or disabled.

We do more than just make monetary donations towards philanthropic efforts; we empower students with exposure to the arts and other cultural and social events that would otherwise not be available to them.


Photo above by LymanDVM Photography.

Please submit your email address below if you would like to be a part of something good and lovely that is making an impact on the lives of students that will be a forever memory of why they loved to learn and stayed in school.

March 2016 

H.O.P.E. presented its inaguaral beneficiaries, the Kentucky Ballet Theatre, March 2-6, 2016 in downtown Pensacola's

REX Theatre. 


The company's residence

included four outreach 

programs followed by several other public performances to benefit the entire greater Pensacola area.

Student educational outreach programs sponsored by HOPE and provided by Arts in Education instructors with the KY Ballet Theatre, served over 700 students from 5 area schools.