Because of your generosity, kids like 6-year-old Elisha (pictured above) are celebrating finishing another year of school, and looking forward to 2017 with excitement and hope. Without help, they would likely be struggling to survive
Family Preservation We are firm advocates that the best place a child can be is with their family, whenever possible. Thanks to your partnership, these three sisters, who were at risk of being forced to the
Staff Development HFL’s Directors, Chantal and Megan, attended an annual conference organized by the Hovde Foundation, a partner of HFL since 2010 who provides shelter and support services to vulnerable children. The gathering was an
Twenty of the top college-bound students in Rwanda boarded a bus in Kigali and made their way to Hope for Life, unsure of what to expect. As the bus parked and unloaded, they immediately found
HOPE FOR LIFE'S FIRST GRADUATE Congratulations Jean Peter! This passionate and talented young man recently graduated from auto-mechanic vocational school. After graduation, he transitioned out of our center and is currently looking for full-time employment.
As soon as 9-year-old Aimable moved to Hope for Life’s home in January, he had one constant question. “Do I have a sponsor yet?” He even asked his friends to join him in prayer for
Hope For Life staff scanned the crowded market, and instantly spotted 8-year-old Eric. He was severely malnourished and suffered from a critical case of untreated scabies, leaving open wounds across his body. He spent the
This powerful blog post was written by Hope for Life's Sponsorship Coordinator, Amanda Good. I stopped writing at the end of last year all together after the loss of one of our sponsored boys.
OUR HOME IS FULL! So far in 2016, you have enabled seven children to join our home (pictured above), and four kids to join our community sponsorship program. THANK YOU for your support! MEET
As we celebrate our seventh anniversary this month, I invite you to look forward 20 years. I invite you to imagine the most influential people in Rwanda being those who were a part of Hope