Rather than placing children in institutional settings, Hope’s Promise Orphan Care utilizes a unique model of care. We believe God’s desire is for children to grow up in families. With the help of child sponsorships, we place orphaned and at-risk children with indigenous families, typically a pastor and his wife, who have a heart for orphaned or at risk children. These parents agree to raise the children in their home as one of their own. Through this program orphaned children are given an opportunity to grow up in their own country, in their own culture, in a Christian family with a mother, father, and siblings. We also offer educational scholarships for children living with biological families who can’t afford the cost of education.
Hope’s Promise Orphan Ministries was founded in 2002 to provide humanitarian aid to fatherless and orphaned children worldwide. We currently have programs in Kenya, Nepal, Vietnam, and Zimbabwe. We are honored to work in each of these countries to help care for their richest natural resource, the children. We strive to maintain good relationships with each local government, and to partner with existing ministries, organizations, and missionaries in each country.
Our history is being written daily. The overwhelming needs of the massive orphan population crowds our sensibilities and our means. We rest in the truth of our Father’s love for each of them. May He count us worthy of His call.
The Thrive Child Sponsorship Program through Hope’s Promise is focused on placing orphaned and vulnerable children into loving families around the world. Your Thrive sponsorship provides a family to each and every child. It also includes the basics such as food, water, shelter and an education. It even includes extracurricular activities, tutoring and special needs education assistance when needed. Having these needs met and being a part of a family helps children not just to survive, but to Thrive. Join the Thrive movement to be a part of something awesome.
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