We are happy to report that HOPE worldwide has been selected as one of a few Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) partners to accompany the United States Navy on their Pacific Partnership mission and the only US NGO Partner for Indonesia phase. Captain N. James Chalker, NC, (US Naval Director of Medical Operations and Planning for the US Naval Ship MERCY) and his team of commanders visited HOPE worldwide to discuss the 2018 Pacific Partnership Mission.
We are very excited to announce a brand new program here at HOPE worldwide: HOPE worldwide ADVENTURE CORPS!
The Adventure Corps is an experiential learning and leadership training program. Although there is a service component for two days where participants will mentor Alaskan under-served youths, this is primarily a servant leadership training program where the participants will be challenged spiritually, physically and mentally through an experience unlike no other. As Jesus went into the wilderness in Mark 4, we too will venture into the wild to discover a fuller image of God, his majestic nature and ourselves so that we can better serve the world around us and bring hope to a hurting world.
"Getting the HYC scholarship has meant everything to me. I have had my heart set on a trip to Haiti for a long time, but it was very tough to imagine it happening.The application process is simple, and the scholarship is a gigantic help!" - Brendan Bayron, student from Seattle, and participant on the 2017 Haiti HYC
Come join us in 2018 as we learn to walk "In His Steps!"
We are excited to offer 27 life-changing trips all over the world throughout 2018!
Many people share that their experience on a HOPE Youth Corps is a "once-in-a-lifetime experience" that changes them forever. We are seeking to expand this opportunity for many more youth by offering scholarships for those without the financial means to participate. Our HOPE Youth Corps Scholarship Committee awards funds to help offset some of the cost of registration fees for students who have the heart to serve but face challenging financial circumstances and are unable to cover the full cost.
Poverty, disease and disaster impact millions every day. The International Day of Giving is an annual giving campaign supported by the International Churches of Christ and friends of HOPE worldwide.
Funding from the International Day of Giving provides the foundation of resources to operate HOPE worldwide, strengthening vital programs in over 60 countries through a global network of love and compassion.
Challenge accepted! Share and spread the word! Recently, a member of our community challenged our supporters and friends to raise a total of $50,000 by December 31, 2017 for HYC Scholarships. Our generous donor will match what we raise dollar-for-dollar!
Disasters and emergencies are affecting human lives across the globe; causing casualties and disrupting the lives of millions. HOPE worldwide is a humanitarian nonprofit organization that continues to monitor situations around the globe. We are limited and will not be able to respond to every disasters and emergency. However, with the support of many, we are trying to meet some needs that we identify on the ground.
The team at Sonja Kill Memorial Hospital recently celebrated its five year anniversary. SKMH opened in April 2012 with the mission to meet the needs of poor children and women of Southern Cambodia. It is managed by HOPE worldwide. Since its opening, nearly 50,000 patients have been touched by the team. On May 26, the hospital honored 31 employees who have served since the hospital’s opening day. Through the dedication of its staff and supporters, SKMH has seen tremendous growth.
Since its opening, the hospital has accomplished the following:
HOPE worldwide's Global Service Internship application for 2018-2019 is up on the website! If you are a full-time student between the ages of 18 and 24, have very good grades, are currently involved in leadership, have traveled internationally, and have HOPE Youth Corps experience, this may be for you!