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  • D.R. CONGO: Emmanuel Centre, High Plateau Hope Village
  • D.R. Congo - Shalom Centre
  • INDIA: Pedong & Sikkim Children's Homes
  • INDIA - Dehrandun : Hope Academy
  • KENYA - Nairobi: Hope Gateway School, Sinai Slum
  • KENYA - Bungoma: Hope Transformation Center
  • LIBERIA - MONROVIA: Discipleship Training Center
  • LIBERIA - GANTA: Childcare & Feeding Centres for Malnourished Children
  • LIBERIA - GANTA: Foster Home - Mercy Program and Farm
  • LIBERIA - GANTA : Hope Academy School
  • LIBERIA - MONROVIA : Micro Loans Program
  • LIBERIA - MONROVIA: Monrovia Hope Homes
  • LIBERIA - MONROVIA: My Father's House
  • LIBERIA - MONROVIA : Widow Program
  • MALAWI: Hope Village - Orphan & Community Care
  • MEXICO - Colima : Instituto Adonai
  • MEXICO - Colima: Hogar de Amor y Protecciòn al Niño, AC - Homes for Youth
  • MEXICO - Hogar de Amor y Protecciòn al Niño, AC - Colima, Mexico
  • MEXICO - "Hogar de Amor y Protecciòn al Niño" - Jalisco, Mexcio
  • MEXICO - Manzanillo: Hogar de Amistad
  • MEXICO - Colima : Widows & Orphan's Project
  • MEXICO - Santa Rosalia : Miracle of Love
  • Shan State Children's Home for Former Child Soldiers
  • Burma - Shan State: Hope Home, Village & School
  • NEPAL: High Hope Expedition/Young Adult's Home
  • PHILIPPINES - Metro Manila: Community Care, Home and School
  • SWAZILAND: New Hope Centre
  • THAILAND - Pattaya: Haven Children's Home
  • UGANDA - Gulu: Home of Love children's home for vulnerable children
  • UKRAINE: Destiny Center for Orphan Students
  • GHANA - Accra: Children's Home & Academy
  • UKRAINE: Orphanages
  • KENYA - Nairobi: Hope & Bright Future Center  Soweto
  • KENYA - Kitale: Organics 4 Orphans (O4O)
  • THAILAND - Mae Sai: Hope Children's Village
  • Sponsorship
  • LIBERIA - MONROVIA : Refugee Programs
  • LIBERIA - MONROVIA : Student Scholarship Program
  • UKRAINE: Camps
  • MALAWI : Samalani Feeding Centre
  • MALAWI : Biasoni Feeding Centre
  • MALAWI: Hope Village - Micro Enterprise
  • MALAWI : Project 200
  • MALAWI : Miracle Maize Marathon
  • KENYA - Kitale: Bethlehem Children's Home
  • KENYA - Nairobi : Jerusalem Children's Ministry
  • Main Street Education Centre
  • Hope For The Nations
  • NEPAL - Solukhumbu Girls Hostel
  • KENYA - Turkana: Children's Homes & Education
  • PHILIPPINES - Cebu : GinaPADALA International Inc.
  • Healing Gate Ministries International
  • Lisa Brinkerhoff
  • Colima La Casa Mariposa (Butterfly House)
  • Child & Home Sponsorship
  • Ralph Bromley
  • Simon Court
  • Edwin and Evelyn Henkel
  • Kahlil Ashanti
  • Rob Hunter
  • Jenna Smith
  • jaeda macpherson
  • Lauren Villines
  • Graham Ord
  • Convoy for Hope - Emergency Food Aid for Somalia



    Run Connor Run!

    Run Connor Run!

    Connor Clerke crossed the finish line back home in City Park, Kelowna at 4:45pm Saturday afternoon, a total of 12 hours, 45 minutes of running, and 130km!   Raising funds for the purpose of building a school in the D.R. Congo.  

    I checked in with Connor yesterday and he said that so far $5000.00 has come in and counting!!

    Please join us in doing your part by cheering Connor on making the impossible possible by CLICKING HERE to DONATE to this project which will change a village! 

  • One World Okanagan Event a HUGE SUCCESS!

    the captivating faces of children in the DR Congo

    the captivating faces of children in the DR Congo

    With approximately 150 people in attendance 'Connor Clerke' (organizer) expressed deep felt thanks and in his own words says, "The ONE world Okanagan Speakers Night at New Life Church last night was a huge success. Ralph Bromley, Nathanael Mugenza, Ray Zahab and Mark Irving all did a wonderful job of sharing their stories and music with a very captivated audience.

    The money raised from ticket sales will go towards the Emmanuel Center Project in High Plateau, D.R. Congo and youth expeditions and water projects supported by 'impossible2Possible'.

    A big thank you goes out to everyone who attended the Speakers Night and to all the sponsors who made the event possible.

    ONE world Okanagan isn't over yet though! This Saturday, June 25th I will be running 125km non stop from the United States border to City Park in downtown Kelowna to contrast the immense amount of clean, fresh water we have here in Canada compared to many other parts of the world."

    To learn more about the event and to get involved, visit:  www.oneworldokanagan.org

    CLICK HERE to donate and learn more about the Emmanuel Center Project in High Plateau, D.R. Congo

  • A Champion's Story

    On the Ground: Kelvin/Judy with Dalton & Lillian

    On the Ground: Kelvin/Judy with Dalton & Lillian

    By: Kelvin and Judy Jones

    "In 2005 Judy, my wife and I were dramatically impacted by two things in our lives that lead us to Hope for the Nations and advocating for children at risk." ...  READ MORE

  • Okanagan seniors making a difference

  • Present School Classroom

    Present School Classroom

    This will be a completely different picture once the new school is built after the $$ has been raised through the "One World Okanagan" event coming end of June!  

    Pick up your advance tickets today at the Hope for the Nations Office by emailing valerie@hopeforthenations.com OR calling: 250-712-2007

  • The area where the new school will be built and surrounding landscape

    The area where the new school will be built and surrounding landscape

    Continued from the Home Page 

    ...Last spring, I was chosen as one of four Youth Ambassadors to accompany ultramarathon runner and activist Ray Zahab and the impossible2Possible team on an epic 200 mile run through the Sahara Desert in Tunisia. The expedition opened my eyes to the water crisis and inspired me to continue working with i2P to educate and inspire youth to reach beyond their perceived limits and make a difference in the world around them. Over the course of 8 days, we ran 264km through searing heat and massive sand dunes, something I w0uld have never have imagined doing before.

    This past year while attending the University of Guelph, I brainstormed a number of different ways to combine both of these incredible organizations into one big fundraiser. I came up with ONE world. ONE world because it is in fact ONE world in which we all live in and we should all do our part to help our neighbour, whether that neighbour be living next door or overseas."

    -Connor Clerke


    Pick up your tickets today at the Hope for the Nations Office $10/students and $15/adults

    *All proceeds will be donated to this project (High Plateau Hope Village) in the Congo and Impossible 2 Possible




    LOOK AT SILAS TODAY ... Posing in his new clothes!!  This is since last February!!!

    This photo was taken after he was treated medically and given nutritious food.

    I love the quote of Mother Teresa “if you cannot feed one hundred people then feed just one.” 

    Rice has gone up to 60 dollars a bag and everyone pays for their drinking water. Life is so hard for those with no help. If you can help “just one”!                                  




    Just a few months ago Silas was so sick, we wondered if he would make it. He was malnourished and unable to walk.  

  • MA Esther standing on her land

    MA Esther standing on her land

    In February Ma Esther took us to see the land we are purchasing to begin the building of a new house for her and these precious children.The building site is in a quiet community near a good school. We are buying several lots so we can grow crops and do some gardening to help sustain these children.

    We are ready to clear the land and start the building project!

    CLICK DONATE now to be a part of this exciting project!

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