The House of Hope will be a home for the girls of Tanzania who have aspirations and dreams. A safe place where they will grow and learn in a positive enviroment. The House of Hope will empower these young girls through Education.
Millions of children worldwide cannot afford to go to school. Through Bridges of Hope, you can provide a bursary for a child’s annual school fees in a rural village of Burkina Faso. If you raise $96 you can send one child to school. If you raise $192
Every day families struggle to feed themselves and many go without any food at all. A third of childhood deaths in developing countries is attributed to malnutrition. When one child gets one meal per day, they are able to go to school
Microloans are small loans given to individuals and groups to start and grow a business. These loans provide hope to hungry and vulnerable people. Most microloans are provided to women in a co-operative and can free families from poverty in one
In January 2017, a group of nurses from Alberta and Saskatchewan travelled to Burkina Faso, West Africa to provide rural villages with prenatal health seminars. During this trip, they found that the lack of access to fundamental resources, like water,
Consultorio Medico Villa Paraiso - This clinic helps the poor be healthier and live more abundant lives. Many people in the Dominican Republic cannot afford medical care or medicine. Through this ministry we are able to give medical care and medicine
Willing Servant Ministries Local Mission supports the work of Kaitlin Weatherall, Clinic Administrator at the Paradise Medical Clinic in the Dominican Republic. The clinic sees 150-250 patients every week and provides an opportunity for them to get medical care, as
Young Nurses Take Action in Partnership with Bridges of Hope is planning to take a team of Nurses to Uganda to work with the Amuka Twende clinic to help with health promotion and education in Busia, Kasangati, and Kibuku. The goal
For every $350 donated at least one youth in Lethbridge will have over 2000 hours of access to Youth One for the year.