Cuong is an only child. He lived with his mother for the first few years of his life, but she continually struggled to provide for Cuong due to physical limitations and other
challenging factors. She made the difficult decision to ask Hope’s Promise to provide a family for Cuong where he will be cared for and thrive.
After Nam’s parents died, he moved in with relatives as one of six children. Due to unfortunate circumstances, his aunt and uncle were unable to care for him. A local
pastor advocated for Nam to be placed in a safe, loving Hope’s Promise family.
Annester is engaging and social. She likes to sing and dance and enjoys helping at home and at church. Annester lives with her grandmother and sister. Their grandmother
sought the assistance of Hope’s Promise to help with school fees so both of her granddaughters can attend school.
Keith’s father died and his mother went to look for work in South Africa, so he lives with his grandmother, who is unemployed and has difficulty providing food and education. Through Hope’s
Promise, Keith and his grandmother now have the support and resources they need for food and education expenses.
Clarine has strong leadership potential. She lives with her younger sister and single mom, who works hard doing odd jobs. Although passionate about her daughters’ education, Clarine’s mom
struggled to pay school fees until Hope’s Promise began assisting with Clarine’s education costs in 2016.
Ntokozo lives with her mother and 2-year-old sister. Ntokozo and her mother struggle with chronic health challenges. Her mother is unemployed, so she spends her days looking for cans and bottles to
recycle, which is hardly enough money for food. Through Hope’s Promise, Ntokozo’s mother will receive assistance to care for her daughter including school fees and a school uniform.
Lau loves to play the piano! Lau has been living with the current family for the past five years. The family had the heart to care for more orphans but needed assistance to welcome more
children into their home. In summer 2021, they joined Hope’s Promise so they can continue to remain a family and add more children.
Bright’s father passed away, leaving his mother with three children and limited resources. Bright’s mother is a casual laborer and is only able to work periodically. She struggled to provide for
her family until Hope’s Promise stepped in to assist in June 2021.
Norah is an outgoing young lady! Norah’s father passed away, leaving her mother with two children to support on a casual labor income. She struggled to provide for her children until June 2021
when Hope’s Promise intervened to assist the family.
Richard loves to play soccer! Richard’s father passed away in 2017 and since then his mother has been trying to provide for her three children by selling vegetables. In 2020,
Richard’s mother took in her deceased sister’s child, adding to the economic struggles that already overwhelmed the family. Hope’s Promise began assisting the family in January 2021.