HOPE worldwide Organizes Day of Service
to “Welcome Home” Citizens of the Lower Ninth Ward
in the Community’s Largest Student Volunteer Event Ever
Student volunteers from 152 campus ministries across the U.S. will dedicate their July 4th holiday to rebuilding New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward community for residents and their children. HOPE worldwide will mobilize the young volunteers to clear 50-100 building lots, making way for future homes, and develop a memorial garden for those who lost their lives during the storm.
HOPE worldwide is committed to strengthening our partnership with the churches to glorify God and strengthen our shared mission of serving the poor and needy. Many thanks to church leaders from around the world who in a spirit of love and cooperation contributed ideas to enhance this relationship.
It is not often that you get to do two incredible things at once, but this May 19th you can meet royalty and make a difference in someone’s life. HOPE worldwide is sponsoring the fourth annual Royal Ambassadors Golf Classic in support of the Sihanouk Hospital Center of Hope.
Dedicated volunteers spent the Martin Luther King holiday distributing preparedness information to residents in 10 cities.
I hope this email finds all of you well. Mary and I are doing well here in Kabul and our work is progressing. For many years now we have been striving to relieve the maternal and infant mortality rate here in Afghanistan through various kinds of support for Malalai Maternity Hospital.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. taught that “Everybody can be great because anybody can serve.”
Thousands of HOPE worldwide volunteers in the U.S. have pledged to take a “Day On, Not a Day Off” on Monday, January 21 and this upcoming weekend to honor Dr. King with community service.
Please pray for the estimated 39.5 million people around the globe suffering from HIV/AIDS, and the ongoing outreach by HOPE worldwide to help them.
HOPE worldwide has worked diligently in the fight against the HIV/AIDS pandemic since 1991. Our pioneering community-based programs include HIV/AIDS care, support and prevention for adults and children. Valued partners include governments, NGOs, and individual professionals.