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It began with the dream to make a difference in the life of one child.
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Durga grew up as an indentured labourer in Nepal. Today, Durga works as an accountant, and is starting a family of her own.
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Hope is supporting teams that are going to the most hard hit and inaccessible areas to help typhoon survivors in the Philippines.
Meet Abigail and see her story of a changed life with Kids of Hope, which works with Hope for the Nations to empower children at risk to become children of change.
We work through partnerships with local communities and organizations. We provide at-risk children with caring homes, health care and education.
This past month, our partner Justice Rising held an amazing gala in Saskatoon to raise awareness for projects in Kenya and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Over dinner, dessert and a silent auction, founder and director of Justice Rising Cassandra Basnett shared about her "obsession with bringing love into the darkest places on earth."
So what does that look like? Certainly something much different than we might find in Saskatoon, or many other places at that!
Love and justice in this case means rescuing girls from sexual slavery and trafficking, counselling them and empowering them to be whole again. It means creating community restoration classes in war zones, and rescuing young child soldiers who got caught in the crossfire of civil unrest. It means educating the most destitute children and creating micro-businesses for women trapped in abusive situations.
Justice Rising lives in the midst of these situations, and is walking out justice by bringing passion to the community of Saskatoon.
Locals took part in the gala by donating beautiful paintings depicting love as well as many other products for the silent auction and materials for the gala.
Justice Rising and Saskatoon we are inspired!
Learn more about Justice Rising here!
‘We don’t need more information, we need invitation,’ Justin Dillon (Artist and Entrepreneur) informed attendees of The Justice Conference Feb 22.
I think by now, we have a pretty good idea that modern day slavery is alive and flourishing in our world. The hard part is living in the tension of the information we know and the role that we can play to stand for justice.
Perhaps we have heard that there are 27 million men, women and children trapped in slavery around the world today; in brothels, factories, fields, streets, basements – hidden in the shadows. That’s the bad news. The good news is that people all around the world; students, business people, non-profits, teachers, nurses and the list goes on – are stepping into the invitation of walking out justice by shedding light on the shadows.
But it takes an invitation. An invitation by a child that asks;
Answering invitations through Hope and our partners can change the trajectory of that child's life, as well as our own.
At The Justice Conference, Hope for the Nations was telling people that they have a clear invitation from Hope for the Nations to join our platform to shine a little light with us so that children can live in hope and opportunity.
Come walk out Justice with Hope, the invitation has already been sent!
Meet Nadine Cardilicchia Willis.
She is an "Ambassador of HOPE," passionately standing for justice and change for the community in Kenya which is very close to her heart.
"Helping children at risk is what I am passionate about and it only takes a moment or two of speaking with me until you hear about what exciting plans are in process for helping children receive a future and a hope.
Through working with HOPE I am able to get to know and learn from amazing people that are all working together to restore childhoods and train them for the future.
I am amazed that I can help to bring awareness about the plight of the child at risk to people in my community here in Ontario, Canada. Through sharing stories and names I can touch the lives of many in distant countries."
This is walking out justice ~ sharing with her community, taking part in the global picture and making a difference by touching one life at a time.
HOPE is so proud to be represented by Nadine as she raises awareness and funds through her creative ideas, optimism and contagious spirit! We wish her the best on her upcoming trip to Kenya!
For more about Nadine please visit her page here!
Hope for the Nations is proud to take part in Global Citizen Kelowna this weekend, in our stand for JUSTICE!
"Global Citizen Kelowna is an initiative celebrating the role of Kelowna’s citizens in international humanitarian efforts. Through a series of activities organized by a group of volunteers including individuals from local businesses, non-profit groups, civic organizations, representatives from School District 23, and college/university students, Global Citizen Kelowna 2014 will feature events to Entertain, Educate, and Inspire Change."
You can find Hope for the Nations taking part in: TimeDrive on Friday Feb.21 and the Global Marketplace & Speaker Series on Monday Feb.24.
For more information click here!
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