Our Most Urgent Needs
The communities Bright Hope serves are in a vicious cycle of poverty and crisis. We believe we need to avoid creating dependency and empower people to lift themselves out of physical, economic and spiritual poverty. We are asking you, our Allies in this fight against extreme poverty, to support our most urgent program needs to empower the poor for today, tomorrow and eternally.
Here are three very important programs in great need of help.
*Please read our Guide About Donating to the Poor and the Bright Hope Promise for more on how your donations are used.
HOPE FOR TODAY
David and Annette’s marriage was broken for many years. Abuse, heartache, resentment, and despair seemed immovable like the Rwenzori Mountains in Uganda.
Sadly, as a child, David spent years watching his father beat his mom over and over again when she didn’t obey his commands. Due to the cultural issues and lack of understanding about God’s intention for marriage many Ugandan families, just like David’s, are shelters of agony and anxiety.
You can unite with us to see marriages heal across Uganda.
HOPE FOR TODAY
Food insecurity continually plagues the extreme poor in Haiti. Moreover, devastating cycles of natural disasters, political instability, corruption, and crime hinder development. Additionally, skyrocketing inflation threatens to trap our friends in Haiti under an even greater weight of hunger and hopelessness.
We need your continual partnership to help the poor in Haiti scale up food production to build sustainable, livable incomes.
HOPE FOR TOMORROW
Abuse destroys a person from the inside out, confining victims to an existence of fear, despair, and loneliness. But it’s even more destructive when abuse comes from the hands of a parent—the one who should be safeguarding you from harm—not inflicting it.
For Lucas, a 10-year-old boy living in Riberalta, Bolivia, the onslaught of abuse came from his drug-addicted father and other unhinged family members.
And Lucas isn’t the only one! Due to unhealthy cultural views and limited legal recourse for mistreated children, child abuse in Bolivia happens a lot.
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