Executive Director Jennifer Weiss discusses the challenges facing young people aging out of foster care in Wake County: Click here to read her letter in the News and Observer.
The Hope Center at Pullen is excited to be the Nonprofit Spotlight in the November/December 2017 issue of Cary Magazine.
On September 12, 2017, Spectacular Magazine Radio Show host Phyllis Coley of WFXC Foxy 107.1/104.3 FM interviewed Jennifer Weiss, Executive Director, about the Second Annual Mac and Cheese Throwdown.
On June 4, 2017, Spectrum News reporter Taj Simmons covered our sold-out Raising Hope Event.
The Hope Center at Pullen Executive Director, Jennifer Weiss, spotlights challenges faced by youth aging out of foster care.
The Hope Center and collaborative partners win Triangle Community Foundation’s Innovation Award.
The Fostering Wellness Collaborative which includes The Hope Center at Pullen receives the GSK Impact Grant.
The Hope Center at Pullen and nine other non-profits receive GSK Impact Award.
WRAL presented the story of how The Hope Center and our partners work to help youth aging out of foster care transition to adulthood.
The Triangle Business Journal shared the story of how after foster care, teens need support like that provided by The Hope Center.
In this letter to the editor published in The News and Observer, Cristin DeRonja and Stacy Bluth commend the legislature for passing the new “Foster Care Family Act in North Carolina.”
In the run up to the 2015 Raising Hope Gala, TWC News does an In Depth interview with Stacy Bluth, Executive Director of the Hope Center at Pullen and Lolita Foster, one of the stars of the Emmy® Award-winning series “Orange Is the New Black.”
The News and Observer shares the story of some of our young people when they meet Lolita Foster, from “Orange Is the New Black” and host of The Hope Center’s 2015 Raising Hope Gala.
This video, produced by Frank Eaton at The Bully Documentary Company, captures the essence of our mission & the impact the Hope Center at Pullen has on the young men & women we serve.
Stacy Bluth, Executive Director of the Hope Center at Pullen, discusses their efforts to help foster youth find employment, permanent housing, and stability.