What We Do
Social Enterprise Programs
“The Hope Mobile is committed to providing strategic programs and activities that address the challenges of poverty and unemployment.
We have developed Social Enterprise Programs to give people a second chance to make a better life for themselves, their families, and their community.
We believe a strong economy results from active involvement from the community and local businesses. Our goal is to work with local business,
connecting them to those in need in the local community, by developing programs that create opportunities that benefit everyone.”
Mobile Car Wash & Detailing
Our mobile car wash business is a scalable mobile car wash social enterprise with the primary mission to train and employ individuals facing barriers to employment, such as the homeless and those in recovery. Our mobile car wash business aims to provide the very best customer service and car wash experience.
Our landscaping business model is a social enterprise landscaping company that provides residential and commercial lawn care and landscape construction services. Our landscaping business model trains and employs hard-to-hire neighbors, in hopes of systematically reducing homelessness and dependency on financial assistance. We believe the power of work is the way out of poverty.
Selected Participants go through an extensive 3 to 6 months training program. Participants gain hands on skills working on real projects in turf care, grounds keeping, and arboriculture. Learn to safely operate a variety of power tools including mowers, hedge trimmers, blowers, chainsaws, ride on mowers.
Hope Organic Farms
Hope Organic Farms is our newest and current project located in Riverside County, CA. We are building the farm of the future on 36 acres of land. We are implementing a sustainable aquaponic technology that combines conventional aquaculture (raising aquatic animals such as fish) with hydroponics (cultivating plants in water) in a symbiotic environment. This method of farming is environmentally friendly, using at least 20 times less water than a traditional farm.