HOW TO HELP THE POOR

HOPE FOR

TOMORROW

Hope for Tomorrow projects promote education and vocational training, helping the poor to earn more money. Together we can help the impoverished break free from the grip of poverty and live sustainable lives.

“He saves the needy…

So the poor have hope…”

JOB 5:15-16

Help the Poor Break Free from Poverty

People living in extreme poverty might have the determination to work hard but often lack the training, tools, business/farming opportunities, and start-up cash needed for success. When we support Hope for Tomorrow programs, we empower the poor to break free from the grips of poverty.

HIGH SCHOOL AND VOCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

$25

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Student

GIVE A GOAT

$80

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Give a Goat

HELP START A BUSINESS

$100

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BUILD A TEACHING GARDEN

$250+

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Serving Those Earning Less Than $2 A Day.

Bright Hope is a registered 501(c)(3) charity, and a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. We envision a world where under-resourced, local, in-country churches transform their communities and bring Hope to the extreme poor. We have been engaging the local church around the world for more than 50 years in the global fight against extreme poverty in their communities.

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