Orphan's Hope is 100% dedicated to
compelling needs of Orphans in poverty and transforming their lives. While we provide relief for urgent
Hope is committed to bringing lasting solutions that care for
children's physical, educational,
and spiritual needs, in a way that
gives them hope and a future. We are
currently focused on helping
in Asia and Eastern Europe. Future expansion is planned for
Africa as we
have funds to help aids orphans.
Orphan's Hope mobilizing people
in the compelling opportunities that transform struggling children's
lives. Orphan's Hope
has partners in
Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands, and the United
Kingdom. From wherever you visit this site you can see immediate
compelling needs and personally make a difference by donating
Most people can't name an organization
totally dedicated to Orphans.
Hope is, and we hope you will join us in transforming lives.
Today there are estimated over 153 million orphans* in the
is enough children to go three times around the world at the
hard to grasp such large numbers, so picture being on a very
long road trip. If you had these orphans hold hands in a line, you
would see over 1,700 orphans per mile. If you were to follow
that line of Orphans holding hands, driving 60 mph, you could drive
24 hours a day seeing 1,700 orphans every mile, hour after hour, day
after day without stopping for over two months,
and you would still see orphans holding hands. How long would it
take to stop, and with compassion take one child in your arms, to
make a difference for at least one? They are hungry, lonely, afraid,
have holes in their shoes, and face the greatest challenges of any
children on the face of the earth. They are very real children who
need someone to love them and help them. Join us!
Orphan�s Hope is dedicated to transforming the lives of these
children, and greatly needs help today, by giving, coming on teams,
and adopting! There
are children before us that we can't help without you. Please...
Make a Difference for One Today ...
(*Source: U.S. Government �5th
Annual Report to Congress on Public Law 109-95� and affirmed by