All donations are tax deductible
Hope for the Hopeless is an IRS approved 501(c)3 organization. EIN: 80-0428143
Year end recap and donation opportunity
Providing hope for the street children of Ethiopia
* Support meals for a child - $5
* Support a month of school - $20
* Feed a child for a month - $30
* Sponsor a child & provide all their
needs - $45/month
* Help a family start a small business -
$300 one time
Mission Trip to Ethiopia
Informational Meeting about 2018 Ethiopia Mission Trip
Nov 12, 2017 11:30 a.m. at North Scottsdale United Methodist Church
Children and staff needing sponsors
When you give to Hope for the Hopeless, 100% of the sponsorship goes to the in-Country costs of Ethiopia. You heard it right - 100%. We have a team of private donors who pay our administrative/operating costs here in the US, so when you
Hope for the Hopeless rescues, rehabilitates, reconnects abandoned and orphaned children in Ethiopia. The children are rescued from the streets where they are victimized and provided a safe family environment to heal and thrive. They are nurtured in body, mind and spirit. Through counselling and rehabilitation, they are reconnected to school and loving relationships and given the opportunity to grow into a thriving adulthood.
sponsor you can rest assured that your entire gift will go towards changing the life of a child in Ethiopia!
The program is comprised of a rescue center for street children (Drop-In Center), a residential orphanage and long-term foster care homes where hundreds of children can:
• Feel safe and secure
• Learn to trust again
• Learn the truth of Jesus Christ
• Receive food and clothing
• Receive education
• Receive basic medical care
Hope for the Hopeless is committed to caring for abandoned and orphaned street children in Ethiopia who have lost their parents and families due to death, disease, or poverty.
Some of these children have family, but they are unable to feed, clothe or provide them with shelter and some are fleeing abuse. All of these children are at risk of violence and exploitation.
For over two decades, sponsors, supporters, and volunteers join with Ethiopian staff to rescue these street children, to rehabilitate them with transitional and institutional care, and return them to a healthy and stable environment in which they can grow and flourish.