by Thursday, 11 August 2011 09:46

How Strong Are You?

2011 International Day of Giving: “Stronger Together!”

International Day of Giving, HOPE worldwide’s largest annual fundraising effort, is coming up on Sunday, November 20. The theme for this year’s campaign is “Stronger Together.” We truly believe that people in need are strengthened when we are united to help.

by Thursday, 16 June 2011 09:12

My HYC Haiti Experience This Summer

By Samantha Johnson, HOPE Youth Corps Volunteer

Aiyiti, Aiyiti! That is how Haiti is pronounced in Creole. It’s the spot of my ninth Youth Corps and where I will remember my experiences, the turning point in my relationship with God and the faith of the disciples for the rest of my life. Upon leaving for Haiti I had no idea what to expect I did not have a strong desire to go but it was in God's planning.

by Wednesday, 11 May 2011 05:44

Haiti HOPE Youth Corps Urgently Needs More Volunteers

25 more people are needed to serve on the Haiti HOPE Youth Corps this June and July. Here is an opportunity for you to change someone else's life and your own.

The application deadline is May 23. Apply now and message your friends.

by Saturday, 27 November 2010 06:50

HOPE for Homeless Veterans

Christians from the Las Vegas church partner with HOPE Worldwide and Homeless Partners to bring hope to veterans. Won’t you join them in serving those who have served us? Read the announcement from Sharon Anderson.
by Monday, 22 November 2010 21:00

Exciting Opportunity to Serve in Cambodia!

Are you an experienced educator with a passionate heart for children and the poor?

The Goldstone School of HOPE worldwide is currently seeking a qualified teacher to serve as its International Teacher in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

by Thursday, 29 July 2010 05:07

Students talk about Lots of Change!

Tomorrow attendees at the ICOC International Campus Ministry Conference (ICMC) will join with HOPE worldwide in a Day of Service in the 16th Ward, located in the Greater Englewood community. Englewood has 2,000 vacant lots littered with trash and debris. According to Keith Calloway, Commander of the Chicago Police Department’s 7th District, this attributes to local violence. The neglected land reflects a lack of care and concern – resulting in more harmful acts in and to the community.
by Tuesday, 20 July 2010 07:34

CNN Highlights HOPE worldwide Program in Haiti

CNN recently highlighted HOPE worldwide's Volunteer Corps trips to Haiti.

CNN producer Leinz Vales traveled with HOPE worldwide to serve one of the many orphanges near Port-Au-Prince.

Watch the CNN Report Below

by Thursday, 15 July 2010 22:00

On A Mission in Baseco

Medical Students from Creighton (U.S.) and De La Sale (Philippines) Universities team up with Dr. Julie Fall and Dr. David Fall and HOPE worldwide Philippines to provide free health care for the poor.

Watch the video below to see what a difference they made.

by Thursday, 08 July 2010 06:42

Honduras Summer Medical Brigades 2010

Volunteers Brought Hope and Changed Lives
During the last week of June, 40 volunteers traveled to San Pedro Sula, Honduras, to participate in the HOPE worldwide Medical Brigade. This was the second of such trips in the past six months to Honduras. HOPE worldwide U.S. volunteers from Boston, San Diego, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and North Carolina served the members of the San Pedro Sula International Church of Christ and surrounding communities.

by Thursday, 01 July 2010 09:41

One Volunteer. One Purpose. Change the World.

Amanda Sanders, an art therapist, recently returned from volunteering with HOPE worldwide in Haiti.

She created this video of her experience changing the world...one child at a time.

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