Building Brighter Futures for Children
We are excited to announce the “Compassion Tour South Africa 2019”! It will begin on June 8. 2109 and last until June 15, 2019 in the informal settlements around Johannesburg, South Africa. We will work with women and little children and help them with desperately...read more
HOPE worldwide Southern Connecticut held its 1st Annual Hoops for HOPE recently to raise funds for Early Childhood Development in Africa. For 12 hours they played basketball and raised $10,000 for orphans and little children in Africa. John Rountree led the efforts to...read more
Most people have dreamed of battling an evil force, flying over tall buildings, or shooting lasers out of their eyes. That dream of being a superhero can be a reality, maybe not in that way but in the way of changing the destiny of a child. Millions of orphans and...read more
The 2018 Superheroes4Orphans Campaign will host its 5k Walk/Run at GA Tech at 9 am on November 3, 2018. The 5k Run will be a Qualifier for the next Peachtree Road Race in July 2019. Help us raise $100,000 to help orphans and little children in Africa. Most people have...read more
One Goal Given by God: Filled with Compassion "Therefore, as God's chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion" Colossians 3:12. We sat down to talk to Sarah and her kids in her shack. She wept about Mercy, her 8-year-old daughter, who had...read more
You can change the world! Today!
You can change the world! You can change the world of a little child today!Watch this video and you can see examples of things that we can all do to help children in need. We need help with Early Childhood Development all over Africa. We need monthly givers for ECD Africa 2017! Go to https://www.hopewwafrica.org/ or http://superheroes4orphans.causevox.com/ to fund Early Childhood Development programs just like this one. We can all do something!Thanks for all your help and all your love for these little children!Posted by HOPE worldwide Africa on Thursday, December 22, 2016
Early Childhood Development coming soon!
Coming to a theater near you!We are planning to expand Early Childhood Developemnt to sites in West Africa and sites in the US soon. These dynamic programs are critical to the development of young children and can be used in resource-limited settings, refugee camps, and displaced populations. We have already spoken to volunteers in Columbia, Houston, and other US sites about replicating them at those sites. They are high impact, evidence-based programs with well-established monitoring and evaluation plans. We have already helped 14,000 children in Africa with them. Please go to www.hopewwafrica.org to learn more about them and help little children with them.Thanks for your love and concern for the little children in need.Posted by HOPE worldwide Africa on Thursday, April 6, 2017
Early Childhood Development in Africa
What is Early Childhood Development? Why is it so important? Watch this video!Why are we raising money for it? What can I do to help?Go to Superheroes4Orphans.causevox.com. to register and help a child in Africa. Thanks for all your love and support.Boost PostPosted by HOPE worldwide Africa on Monday, October 3, 2016
Greatest Christmas gift ever!
Give the greatest Christmas gift ever! Join the Tribe! Give each child a future! $30 per month!Only $30 per month can provde food and educational supplies for a little child for one month. Go to https://www.hopewwafrica.org/join-the-tribe/ and provide a monthly donation for a little child in Africa. We need 300 donors to commit to $30/month to support several large community programs there. Thanks for all your help and love for the children.Posted by HOPE worldwide Africa on Friday, December 8, 2017
WHO WE ARE
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.
“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.“