Ukraine – Orphan’s Hope staff in Ukraine are providing relief to people effected by the war. We have been providing food, clothes, hygiene supplies, medicine, evacuation assistance, and more. In the Kyiv area we have provided assistance to over 2000 people.
PLEASE SUPPORT ORPHAN’S HOPE TODAY
While we provide relief for urgent needs, Orphan’s Hope is committed to bringing lasting solutions that care for the children’s physical, educational, and spiritual needs, in a way that gives them hope and a future. Orphan’s Hope is now celebrating over 20 years caring for children without parents. We are grateful for your partnership and need your help to care for these dear children!
We see many orphaned children before us who are in very great need of friends like you. In this amazing yet fleeting gift of life, we are blessed so we can care for others such as orphans. Almost every week we have orphanage directors urgently calling us because they don’t have food. Please join us.
Your choice can bring hope and comfort to orphans who are genuinely struggling. You can give them a home with love, and a future with promise. For an orphan with no one to take them in, your kindness and decision to help, can make all the difference.
For Orphans like these who need a home it means a lot for our staff to come and care about them and spend time together. We have worked with children in Ukraine orphanages for over 18 years. You can feel God’s love flowing through you to bless, encourage, and bring light into their lives. More news coming…
Orphan’s Hope 2021 in Myanmar
A lot has been happening in Myanmar between the coup and covid. Things have steadily gotten worse but Orphan’s Hope has been still been busy this year caring for many children. As we have been able, we have helped 28 orphanages with over 1,100 children. Food has been the biggest need for these orphanages.
Pakistan – Caring and Sharing Children’s Home
Last year we started helping a very poor orphanage in Pakistan that lost their only supporter. There are 25 children, all of whom have no family to care for them. We were able to provide food when they had no food and the children were hungry. We gave them warm clothes and blankets when the weather was getting cold. The children have not been able to go to school so we are working on this and have a new project to help sustain their needs long-term.