Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Alaskan Sunday School Feeds Nearly 1000 in India

During the long cold days of winter, children at First Methodist Church in Fairbanks, Alaska raised enough money to provide hot meals for hundreds of hungry Indian children. Their missions' project fed close to 600 kids in schools located in slums of Kakinada, India. Another 400 children, in two fishing villages, also enjoyed warm plates of umpa; a cooked mixture of rice grains, onions, peanuts, and spices.

You too can dish up food for hungry children

Monday, March 21, 2011

The Gardens at Hope

The high altitude climate of Addis Abba, has given us two harvests so far at Ethiopia's Bright Hope School. With the proper amount of water, there will be three plantings every year in the Bright Hope gardens located at 8000 feet elevation. Lettuce, Carrots, Broccoli, Onion, Garlic, Cabbage, Lettuce and Beets have been gathered from the fields you help make possible. In addition to the vegetables, different varieties of fruits were planted: Apple, Cherries, Peach and Mango.

Keep the Gardens Growing at Bright Hope

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Special School Helps Hungry Kids Far Away

The parents and staff of Promise Christian Academy of St. Louis, which provides a loving environment for educating children who need alternative instructional approaches, raised money to feed 1200 children in India. A warm lunch was provided at three schools for children from broken homes, along with seven additional nutritional stations in villages and slums of Kakinada; all for around 30 cents per child.
Through the first two months of 2011, 5600 meals have been served at 38 separate feeding stations.

You too can help feed street children in India

Monday, March 7, 2011

Celebrate Women by Educating Girls

What better way to celebrate International Women’s Day… keep a young Indian girl in school.

It costs about $60 for one girl’s tuition, books and uniforms for one year.
These girls live in the impoverished fishing villages around Kakinada, India.

Without this free schooling opportunity, there is no hope of ever leaving the slums.

Help a girl become an educated woman- Give Now

Friday, March 4, 2011

Chinese AIDS Orphans Receive New Clothes

Children's Hope staff member giving box of
milk to a child at Red Ribbon orphanage
Although it’s still cold enough for winter coats, the kids at Red Ribbon Homestead orphanage in China are now ready for the warmth of summer. This week, each of the 90 children were given two pairs of shorts, a sport shirt and new underwear. Along with the clothing, a shipment of milk was delivered by Children’s Hope staff to the orphanage. Red Ribbon is a special orphanage in southern Henan Province for elementary age children who have been orphaned because their parents died from AIDS.

You can help meet the needs of these beautiful children by becoming a Partner in Hope to China.
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