by Monday, 29 December 2008 07:22

Continuing the Good Work in Honduras

Financial need threatens HOPE worldwide – Honduras’ capacity to serve.

Times are tough. But imagine how it affects those living on less than $1 a day. HOPE worldwide – Honduras serves these families living in a nation ranked as the poorest in the Western Hemisphere. The HOPE worldwide staff understands too well the vulnerability and needs of the poor in good times and especially in bad.
by Monday, 29 December 2008 04:27

God in the Eye of the Storm

After multiple hurricanes, the Gulf Coast is still reeling. But where there are people willing to help, there is hope. Already, homes have been rebuilt and a brighter future emerges.

by Wednesday, 17 December 2008 07:40

HOPE worldwide Cambodia - Join us

Did you know that Cambodia is among the poorest countries in the world, with 77% of its population earning less than $2 per day? However in contrast with this, did you know that compared to other countries of the developing world, Cambodia is one of the safest places to live? For twelve years HOPE worldwide has been managing the Sihanouk Hospital Center of HOPE in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
by Monday, 08 December 2008 04:21

Centers of HOPE worldwide - Come See!

In India, we have many Centers of HOPE worldwide that work to help people in every aspect of life. We have built schools for children, vocational training centers, community centers and much more.

Below is a short description of just some of the ways these centers provide for the people of India. Follow the link at the bottom to see voice guided virtual tours of each center.

by Monday, 08 December 2008 02:06

It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas

HOPE worldwide Jacksonville 2008 Annual Holiday Toy Drive
“All over the United States local HOPE worldwide programs reach out to the community at Christmas holding Christmas Toy Drives for those less fortunate in the community. It is one of the greatest events we hold all year! Here is a great example in Jacksonville Florida”…Antonio B. Boyd Vice President, US Programs.
by Thursday, 04 December 2008 05:16

2008 - What a Year for HOPE worldwide Afghanistan!

2008 has been a year of completions and new beginnings. In Afghanistan, any project you start has been a major victory. But completing that project is an even bigger victory. Simply due to the natural course of events in this fluid environment, many unplanned obstacles can come in your path. Though everyone wants to do good, sometimes it just takes longer than you ever could have imagined.

This year we have been able to bring to completion several projects that have faced innumerable delays.

by Tuesday, 02 December 2008 06:15

Tonight 800 Million Will Go to Bed Hungry...

Of those 800 million people, 6 million are chidren who will die from malnutrition and related diseases. In today's world, no one should go hungry.

All over the world, HOPE worldwide is working to change the lives of those 800 million people. We have programs across the world providing aid, support, and love.

by Monday, 01 December 2008 04:11

My Road to Recovery

From homelessness and addiction to recovery and employment.
By Gavin Bristow

The following is the story of Gavin, a homeless man given hope by HOPE worldwide Uk's One Day at a Time Program. Please read his incredible story of recovery. Find out more stories like his from the UK by going to: www.hopeww.org/unitedkingdom
by Monday, 01 December 2008 02:37

Season of Service: What are You Thankful for?

HOPE worldwide in Maryland and DC Remembers the Poor at Thanksgiving

As family after family came into the Community Center to pick up Thanksgiving baskets donated by HOPE worldwide Mid-Atlantic, we heard over and over how much they truly appreciated the support.

by Wednesday, 19 November 2008 03:32

Bringing Hope in Desperate Times

"Sometimes the buses are too full..."
Volunteer Ben Gurrentz on his experiences at Camp Miracles

The current economic crisis means HOPE worldwide is becoming the safety net for so many in need. As a result, we are forced to do more with less.

At Camp Miracles, which helps children from Philadelphia's most dangerous inner city neighborhoods, buses are in short supply. Our staff and volunteers are stretched to the limit.