Caring for Widows & Orphans



March 1, 2017

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“Me to We Club” Hosts Project HOPE

The library began filling up shortly after 9:00am. By 9:10, the room was crowded with students and staff of A. R. Kaufman Public School. The school’s “Me to We Club” invited Project HOPE to present the work of the organization so that students could learn about the impact of ongoing projects. Executive Director Christopher Graves […]

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March 1, 2017

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March 2017 Calendar of HOPE…

This young man is patiently waiting to be given a warm blanket, notebooks along with pencils for his school work and some salt. These few resources will go a long way to giving him some warm against the chilly night air, the ability to complete his homework and the salt, well, it will give his […]

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February 1, 2017

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February 2017 Calendar of HOPE…

The face of a widow can be deceiving. Age, or the lack of years, does not mean widows, like the one featured in this month’s calendar photograph, is closer to being a teenager rather than an adult. This young lady is in fact a widow. She is one of those supported by Project HOPE. Her […]

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January 1, 2017

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January 2017 Calendar of HOPE…

2017 has arrived. Happy New Year! Along with this new year Project HOPE has released its 2017 Calendar of HOPE. Each month an image is featured from one of our projects. The three boys were photographed in a village near the Nyangombe Bible School. Nyangombe, located in the north west province of Zambia, is home […]

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