Zoe was a victim of sexual abuse when she was 12 years old. HOPEnbsp;worldwidenbsp;rescued her and provided psychotherapy sessions to help her recover from the trauma.
Johan (not her real name), is 15 year-old, came from the family of Muslim was referred in the program by Barangay Council for the Protection of Children. She was sexually
My trip in June 2015 allowed me to pair along with one of the HOPE workers that was going on home visits to identify children that would greatly benefit from the Daycare
Achilles, one of the beneficiaries in the Day Care Program, was shy and doesnt wanted to get along with other children when he was first brought by his grandfather in
Anthony Herrera, an American delegate shares his HOPE Youth Corps experience.This Christmas I had the opportunity of serving on a volunteer trip in Ormoc City, Philip
A Most Unforgettable Christmas From Halifax, Canada to Ormoc City, Philippines and back again!This past Christmas, our family had the incredible opportunity
by Kathy Rentino VolunteerMuch as the children were anxiously waiting for this time, I myself was excited to see the actual shoebox unfold right before my very eyes
by Cambrie Vergeire HYC 2017 DelegateHope Youth Corps Philippines was the most memorable and life-changing trip Ive ever experienced. I was able to travel with m
Daria, 57, is one of our active volunteers of One Million Meals of Hope here at the Center of HOPE - Ormoc. Being a widow for 10 years, she managed to rear her children o
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