Poor nutrition causes nearly half of deaths in children under five - 3.1 million children each year.
66 million primary school-age children attend classes hungry across the developing world.
768 million people do not have access to safe, clean drinking water, and 2.5 billion people live without proper sanitation
Agriculture is the principal driving force of the rural economy and, for those developing countries without substantial mineral resources
Bright Hope’s church-centered community development model provides a road map to program sustainability. Through the local, in-country
church we provide Hope for Today, Hope for Tomorrow and Hope for Eternity to elevate the extreme poor out of their current situation.
In order to do this we need support for these programs. One of the most tangible ways we begin to bring a community from Hope for
Today (clean water, medical care, food) to Hope for Tomorrow (education, micro-enterprise, job training) to create self-sustainability
is through funding.
When you support our Most Urgent Needs Fund your contribution will automatically be appropriated to the project that needs it the most.
Please consider giving to this fund so we can ensure the local, in-country churches that we partner with in nine countries around
the world can continue on the path to self-sustainability. Support OurMost Urgent Needs Fund