Exclusively home to Christian-based nonprofits like Amazon Outreach, East West Ministries, The Seed Company and more, The Hope Center recently accounted the opening of a new co-working space inside its facility, hopehub.
The Hope Center is the large building at the northeast corner of Plano Parkway and Custer that houses multiple Christian nonprofits, with a mission to empower them to collaborate and share their message of Christ in North Texas. Since most nonprofits try to steward their budgets in the most cost-effective way, The Hope Center seeks to alleviate stressors caused by operational expenses by providing significantly reduced rent, amounting to more than $2 million in rent costs saved annually.
The idea behind creating hopehub was to extend The Hope Center’s reach from 42 nonprofits to over 50 organizations under one roof.
“Hopehub gives us the one-of-a-kind opportunity to network with other Christian ministries, here and abroad,” said Bill Dotson, founder of Abiding Fathers, a hopehub nonprofit.
What once was a 6,000-square-foot warehouse inside The Hope Center is now a modern co-working space with 14 offices and 12 reserved desks, a kitchen, event rooms and seating areas with a beautiful garden view.
Membership options at hopehub include private offices, open offices, window offices and reserved desks. Private offices are the largest spaces while open offices are surrounded by glass for a more open feel. Window offices are similar to the open offices but with an outdoor view of the Prayer Garden. Reserved desks offer permanent places to work in an open and energized environment.
Perks of membership include use of conference rooms, mail and package handling, common kitchen space, fast WiFi, covered garage parking, access to the first floor café and membership to the fitness center.The Hope Center > hopehub >