Many Filipinos will surely not forget the year 2009 because of the disasters experienced in the Philippines. The most popular calamity the country has encountered is the Typh
This year, the convictions of staff are strengthened due to tribulations in resolving cases of children being abused, maltreated and deprived of love and affection. More abus
This year, 2011, is the 18th year in service of HOPEwwPh. The heart of Jesus to the poor and helpless has always been the staff and volunteers’ inspiration to help children
This year’s historical events are marked through the numerous hours of service by our dedicated staff, volunteers and partners in bringing hope to the children in especiall
Each time I meet with the staff, my heart wells up with compassion and alarm to the children who are victims of abuse and whose rights are deprived from them, whether through
After the fury of the most devastating typhoon that hit the country last November 2013, thousands of lives were lost; and millions of houses, schools, and livelihood faciliti
This year marks the 22nd year of humanitarian service of HOPE worldwide Philippines to the Filipino people. The dedicated staff, volunteers, and partners who supported our mi
For so many years, we have heard different stories of poverty and unimaginable sufferings of children who have walked in and out of our Centers of HOPE. These stories were ut
Affliction in forms of human abuse and natural disasters may have been a constant occurrence since time immemorial, but it is also through this that unity is continuously bro
Building Capacities towards Sustainable Development. The organization’s focus this year is “Building Capacity towards Sustainable Development,” and the direction we’re
HOPE worldwide Philippines’ Community Centers of HOPE in Baseco (Port Area, Manila) and Payatas Urban Area (Quezon City) have been providing social services to the poorest and abused children since year 2000, and the three new Centers of HOPE in the Visayas Region were built in 2015.
The HOPE worldwide Philippines Disaster Response and Recovery is a program that provides immediate access to resources to communities affected by natural disasters. Thanks to you, we have helped thousands of families find hope in their darkest hours. Your continued compassion and generosity will continue to make a difference.
The Philippines is a wonderful place… A land of abundant blessings and a real paradise on earth… But behind its beauty is the ugly face of poverty. Over 100 million population, 44% lives in poverty or below $2 a day. Children constitute almost 45% of the population and more than 5 million children are engaged on child labor.
Pure and genuine religion in the sight of God the Father means caring for orphans and widows in their distress and refusing to let the world corrupt you. James 1:27 NLTDonate Now