Water sustains life! Natoot Farm in Kenya has lost its water supply and crops may die.

For 50+ years, Bright Hope has been helping the poor break out of poverty. Come join us! 

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How We Help the Extreme Poor

Bright Hope unites Christ-followers from around the world to bring Hope and help to those living in some of the poorest places on Earth.

Through our Hope for Today, Hope for Tomorrow, and Hope for Eternity ministry model, we can break the grip of generational poverty, and as we do, we see lives changed and our own hearts grow.

Hope for Today

  • Care for Orphans and Vulnerable Children
  • Clean Water
  • School Feeding Program
  • Medical Care 
  • Strengthen Families 

Hope for Tomorrow

  • Microenterprise & Job Training
  • Education
  • Agricultural Practices 
  • Animal Rearing

Hope for Eternity

  • Resourcing Church Ministries
  • Church Leadership Development
  • Evangelism & Discipleship Support 

Three Ways You Can Make a Difference!

It’s easy to help the poorest of the poor.

Learn About the Poor & Bright Hope

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Pray For the Poor

Our Prayer Wall and Prayer Team connect our Allies to the urgent requests of our global partners. 

Give To the Poor

Help support our Most Urgent Needs sharing Hope for Today, Tomorrow and Eternity.

Bright Hope By the Numbers in 2020

147,469

Lives Impacted 

89,696

Meals Served

5,620

Drinking Clean Water 

2,732

Received Medical Services

Transformation

Their lives are changed. Your heart grows.

Around the world, millions of people live in desperate poverty. Followers of Christ want to serve Him and make a meaningful impact, but they don’t always know the best ways to proceed and make an eternal impact. At Bright Hope, we bring together Allies against extreme poverty, bringing mutual transformation for the people we serve…and us in the process.


A Partner You Can Trust For Over 50 Years!

One of Bright Hope’s highest values is integrity. We understand the value of every dollar we receive and the difference every dollar can make in the life of someone in extreme poverty. We value the trust you have given us to effectively and efficiently deliver help to those in need.

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UPDATES & INSIGHTS

Stories of Hope & Transformation

As we lock arms with our Christian brothers and sisters around the world, we are ALL transformed through Hope. Check here weekly for new stories from our global church partners and our allies.

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Local Churches, Local Resources, Lasting Change

*Guest blog post reprinted with permission from the The Chalmers Center (Bright Hope’s Hope for Eternity program is modeled very similarly to the below method researched by The Chalmers Center). Maria walked to the…
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“Reading Eggs” Hatch Hope in Mathare Slum

“In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit.”  Do you recognize one of the greatest opening lines from this popular book? Learning to read opens up doors into…
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Thank you for giving! The Natoot Farm has water again!

We have great news!!! Thanks to your generosity, the Natoot Farm in Turkana, Kenya has a brand-new well! Over the weekend, they installed the new pump and tested the water…
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5 Photos of Worship for Easter: It is Well!

Hope for Eternity! Let’s gather in spirit this Easter and lift our songs of praise to the Lord from our homes. Let us lay our grief, fear, and pain at…
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What Makes Your Blood Boil?

The Tale of My Missing Mail Over the past few months, I started noticing a trend with my mail delivery: an alarming number of greeting cards had disappeared. When the…
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What a Difference a Year Can Make!

Zambia – Last year at this time Matthew*, who was born with a circulatory problem that forced doctors to amputate both of his feet and one hand, couldn’t walk. He…
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