GREAT NEWS!!! The Hope Foundation of Kenya is now mobile! We now have Apple and Android apps in the Apple and Google Play stores. Be sure to download our app and see all the things you can do to stay informed about our schools and ministries. You can even sign into our online database and send a letter to your child from the apps.
The Hope Foundation of Kenya is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit Organization that was established in 2007 to provide food, education, basic health care, Biblical truth and the love of God to needy people who live in the Coast Region of Kenya, Africa. Meeting basic physical needs has the power to transform their lives in a drastic way.
Mission: To illuminate Christ's hope by demolishing the strong-holds of physical and spiritual poverty.
Vision: To bring hope by the touch of a helping hand and by continued support as the people affect their community and nation for Christ for generations to come.
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SPONSOR A CHILD
Make a one-time or recurring donation to Hope Foundation directly from your bank account, credit or debit card.
We exist to give HOPE and demolish strongholds
SPREAD THE WORD
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Access to education is a basic human right. It reduces poverty and child labor and offers the tools needed to succeed in life.
Without the message of God there is no HOPE. In everything we do, we seek to build the church and share the wonderful hope of Jesus Christ.
Empty stomachs hurt. They break concentration and make the future seem impossible. Giving food is essential to creating health.
Most of us are fortunate enough to just turn on a faucet to access life’s most essential ingredient: clean water. But for many people, access to something so basic is difficult.
Sponsor an elementary child for $35 a month or a high school student for $45 a month. Give hope and change a life!
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DEMOLISHING THE STRONGHOLDS OF PHYSICAL AND SPIRITUAL POVERTY