Building Brighter Futures for Children

Thanks to Superheroes4Orphans

We want to thank over 800 volunteers that participated in the 2016 Superheroes4Orphans 5 k Walk/Run at Ga Tech on October 8, 2016. They raised $78,000 for orphans and little children in Africa especially in Zimbabwe and Mozambique. There is an urgent need for Early Childhood Development in these countries and much of this funding will be used for it. Also we want to thank Tau Alpha Omega, Octane Solutions, Regions Bank, Office Depot, Phoenix Food Services, Avaya, and Ga Tech for all their help. Over 100 runners participated in the 5k Run and we hope to expand this event next year. Please follow this site for information regarding the 2017 Superheroes4Orphans 5 k Walk/Run at Ga Tech in October 2017. Please go to if you still want to donate. Together we can “save the children of the needy” in Africa.

Thank you Hope Singles Corps

We want to thank the 32 men and women that came to South Africa Hope Singles Corps 2016 and all the people that support our work. We worked with Early Childhood Development in the crèches and informal settlements with the local HOPE worldwide staff. In the afternoon we met with caregivers in Parent Support Groups where we helped them with parenting and we went on Home Visits to their shacks. The Home Visits were very moving and yet very inspiring to the volunteers. They saw both the devastation of AIDS in these young families and the great impact of the community work of HOPE worldwide South Africa. Many of the volunteers expressed gratitude and thankfulness for all they had in the US and all that God had given them. We hope and pray that many more volunteers can help us to “bind up the brokenhearted” in Africa.
After the HOPE Singles Corps, we held a Southern African Singles Conference that hosted 180 Singles from 5 African countries. We learned and shared a lot about “Living on the EDGE” as a young single person in the modern world. It was awesome and it really made us proud of the young people in the US and Africa and our future work together.


Hope worldwide Africa is an initiative of the Health and Social Services Division (HSS) of HOPE worldwide, an international faith-based, non-profit, relief and development organization. HSS seeks to bring hope and change lives by providing quality, compassionate health and social services to the world’s poorest and most vulnerable citizens.

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