INDIANAPOLIS — The Hope Project opened its doors Saturday on West 38th Street with one mission in mind.
The organization's founder, Kamara Holman, said it’s all about bringing hope back to the Circle City.
"God planted the seed over five years ago. I wasn't going to get rest until I started this project five-to-six years later," she said. "After trial and tribulation we are finally here."
Holman said she always had a heart to help, but she celebrated a major milestone this weekend.
"The Hope Project caters to individuals in this city who need help whether it is clothing, counseling, free domestic violence counseling, drug abuse or free depression counseling. We also do free jobs searching and resume assistance just to help individuals get back to where they need to be,” Holman said.
She wants people to know that help is never out of reach.
“I want to show them you have people in this city who care about what you are going through and there is always hope," Holman said.