Hopegivers has a unique approach to monthly sponsorship for the children. Instead of providing for the needs of one child while another child goes without, your sponsorship helps provide for the needs of all the children in a Hope Home. You can partner together with your family, small group, business or church to sponsor an entire Hope Home!
How Does it Work?
We RESCUE orphaned, abandoned, and at-risk children and raise them in the caring, loving environment of our Hope Homes.
We SHARPEN these children with the Word of God daily.
We LAUNCH these well-trained young men and women back into their communities. After completing Bible College, these young leaders are sent into hundreds of villages where they share the love of Christ by building relationships, Gospel plants and more Hope Homes.
Hopegivers Hope Homes provide care:
- Physically – a home, food, clean water, clothing, health care, and protection.
- Emotionally – with family love and guidance.
- Educationally – with primary, secondary, and vocational training.
- Spiritually – every child is introduced to Jesus Christ.
What Do I Get When I Sponsor a Hope Home?
When you partner with us to sponsor a Hope Home, you will receive:
- Email updates on the ministry of Hopegivers and our Hope Homes.
- Prayers of gratitude three times a day by all the children in your Hope Home for you and your family.
- The opportunity to visit your Hope Home (where possible) when you come to India for a short term mission trip.
Select a Hope Home:
Hope Homes in India
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“Staying involved with Hopegivers has helped our family not be so consumed with the material wealth we sometimes drown in!” — Jay H. (FL)