Teens Help Other People, Inc 501c3

Welcome To TeenHOP



Leadership Development

TeenHOP members volunteer with TeenHOP Clubs and other community volunteering programs in order to record their services hours for FREE. Record hours are randomly checked for integrity. Members can request their volunteering data at anytime.
TeenHOP self-development program is for youth in the state of Georgia, ages 12 -18. This program offer self-esteem improvement, healthy habits, leadership skills, volunteering, professional photos taken by celebrity photographer, and fashion show training. We offer our youth the best trainers or experts in their field of study. They will attend Award Ceremony at the end of the six months program.
TeenHOP Members can start their own TeenHOP group in their community. Leadership Camps are offered in different states in the USA. TeenHOP has partnered with Toastmasters International in order to assist members with their presentation skills. Also partnered with Inward Core Healthcare Services to provide counseling and self-esteem development.
Our Mission
Mission is to empower and aid youth (5 - 17) and adults to volunteer in their communities, encourage members to train others, develop leadership skills, promote healthy habits, and create mentoring/mentee relationships, which will lead to productive and positive citizens.
Why Do YOU Want To Volunteer? Listen To A Few TeenHOP Members Tell Their WHY!
TeenHOP' Pledge and Logo
Learn TeenHOP's Pledge and learn why TeenHOP's Logo is important.
“I pledge to help others in my community and be a good citizen. I will have a positive attitude, teach others, learn new skills, and respect all people. I am a person who helps other people. TEENHOP!”

TeenHOP's logo was created in 2012 and the linked hands you see are 8 of the 10 TeenHOP first members. TeenHOP's logo represent unity. TeenHOP provides equal opportunity  for all persons and prohibits discrimination in joining on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, pregnancy and pregnancy related conditions, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability unrelated to volunteering requirements, genetic information, military service, or other protected status.