HOPE worldwide serves the poor from Jamaica to Russia to South Africa to China to the United States. We provide homes for orphans and leprosy patients. We care for the sick, educate the disadvantaged, meet the needs of children and seniors around the globe, and provide training and access for employment opportunities.
In response to natural disasters, we take steps to provide community-based, long term and sustainable assistance. This focus differentiates us from organizations whose services are limited to short term relief.
- Partnering with the American Red Cross, for preparing and responding to emergencies
- Utilizing a large international volunteer base
- Establishing centers on all six inhabited continents that are rooted in the community
- Creating networks of people, organizations and governments that work together
At HOPE worldwide, we work with our partners, and keep hope alive for disaster victims, long after the television cameras have gone. We have the ability to reach underserved people in their communities in new ways and provide relief to victims of disasters.
HOPE worldwide has begun the process of making Centers of HOPE worldwide the focal point of its work around the world. Some examples:
- The Village of HOPE worldwide in Delhi, India
- The Sihanouk Hospital Center of HOPE worldwide in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
- The Richard Family Center of HOPE worldwide in Trichy, India
- Turen Community Center of HOPE worldwide
- A Gulf Coast Center of HOPE worldwide
- AIDS/HIV services
Formerly known as the Procurement department, the Global In-kind Relief and Assistance (GIRA) arm of HOPE worldwide provides in-kind donations to improve health and respond to victims of natural and human tragedy around the world. Gifts in-kind are secured and distributed to Centres of HOPE worldwide as well as disaster relief and rehabilitation sites around the world.