World Hope International
World Hope International is a faith-based relief and development organization that works to alleviate suffering and injustice through education, enterprise, and community health.
We respond to some of the most compelling challenges of our world. For example:
- In Sierra Leone, thousands of adults and children lost limbs in a brutal civil war. World Hope restored dignity, opportunity, and hope by providing prosthetic limbs for more than 3,000 people.
- In Liberia, after a brutal dictatorship left the country in shambles, people were desperate for ways to provide for themselves and their children. World Hope stepped in to lead the restoration of a microfinance program, which now provides opportunities to tens of thousands of people.
- Human trafficking, particularly in women and children, is modern day slavery. These individuals are forced into sexual slavery, domestic servitude, armed conflict, and begging networks, and are bought and sold for body parts. They suffer repeated rapes, beatings, forced abortions, and mental and physical abuse. Our anti-trafficking programs have provided emergency care for survivors of human trafficking, increased public awareness of the issue, and created anti-trafficking networks that link communities, law enforcement, and service providers.
Our programs are guided by four core values: transformation, empowerment, sustainability, and collaboration. We believe that for our programs to make a difference, local communities must be transformed, empowered to effect change, equipped to sustain the change, and engaged as partners. We focus on grassroots development, rather than U.S.-based development, and work to develop indigenous leadership and staffing.
World Hope International is classified as a 501(c)(3) organization. Click below to view our most recent independent audit and IRS Form 990.
Donate Now to World Hope International
Please help us by making a commitment to individuals and communities we support in Africa. Your donation will provide:
- $10 a mosquito net to help protect a child from malaria.
- $25 a home-based care kit for a community health worker.
- $34 one month of sponsorship to one child through our Hope for Children program.
- $50 education to five at-risk African youth on HIV prevention.
- $300 one ecologically sound latrine for a neighborhood.
- $4,850 a well and clean drinking water for as many as 2,000 people.
Hope Corps is a program that facilitates short-term (one week to one year) outreach opportunities for professionals (medics, technicians, teachers and businesspeople), college students, families and individuals. Service opportunities exist in various countries in Africa.
To donate to this member charity by check, please print our designation form and mail it with your check to
Aid for Africa
P.O. Box 8734
Topeka, KS 66608
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