Serving Augusta Since 2010
City Hope Alliance was started in 2010 by a group of community members concerned about the condition of the neglected downtown neighborhoods. With a desire to see restoration take place, they began seeking ways to serve those neighborhoods and promote growth. Through the years, CHA has become a prominent non-profit in Augusta to bring transformation in our Downtown neighborhoods of Augusta.
What We've Achieved
We have demolished abandoned properties and cleaned up vacant lots to help reduce crime in downtown neighborhoods.
Our projects have included creating gardens and flowerbeds around the Augusta area, stop by 3rd St. at Telfair St. to see the Olde Town Community Garden.
We installed and help maintain two mini libraries which distribute free books.
Our volunteers have cleaned up thousands of pounds of litter and discarded tires
Since starting CityServe in 2017, our projects have saved local schools and government agencies over $15,000/year in materials alone.
Our volunteers complete over 10,000 hours of community service each year.
We have partnered with many nonprofits, churches, businesses, government agencies and individuals. We are thankful to all of them. Some of them are: Accountability Court, Christ Community Health Services, Client Management Systems, Crawford Avenue Baptist Church, Daylily Society of Greater Augusta, Environmental Services, First Presbyterian Church, Heritage Academy, Hope For Augusta, Journey Church, Keep Augusta Beautiful, Olde Town Neighborhood Association, Richmond County Board of Education, Richmond County Marshal's Office, Richmond County Probation Office, Richmond County Recreation and Parks, Savannah Riverkeeper, Tabernacle Baptist Church, The Baptist Association, Turn Back the Block, Walton Oaks, Warren Baptist Church, Westminster Schools of Augusta, UGA Richmond County Extension.