New Drip Garden Installed at Uganda Hope Project!

One of Project Hope Worldwide’s most defining characteristics is that we do more than the minimum. We provide holistic care: food, water, clothing, shelter, medical care, education, and spiritual and character discipleship. We want to provide the best for our…

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RIPPLEs Continue with Land Purchase in Juárez!

By the grace of God and thanks to your generous hearts at RIPPLE 2017, we have closed on another land purchase at our Hope Project in the Colonias outside Juárez! This land is adjacent to our main ministry partner in…

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RIPPLEs Abound with PHW Nicaragua Land Purchase

One of our major goals for the night at RIPPLE 2017 was funding for land at our Hope Project in Léon, Nicaragua. We are thrilled to report that we closed on the land purchase last week as a direct result…

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RIPPLE 2017 Celebration a Huge Success!

RIPPLE 2017 was a huge success, and we are excited to share the impact that you made in the lives of orphans worldwide through just one night of celebration and fundraising. Because of your generosity on May 6th, we are…

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We are Blessed to be a Blessing

“You are loved!” These words express the deepest longing in the heart of every person…our need to be loved, accepted, for belonging, to know that someone truly cares for me. One of the great benefits of my role at Project…

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When Speaking To Elementary Students

   by Lindsey Andrews One of my favorite things about sharing pieces of our story, whether it be our adoption story or social justice issues is the ability to make school visits. I’ve spoken to dozens of elementary schools in…

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When $40 Changes History

 by Lindsey Andrews In the spring of 2008, a woman emailed me about sponsoring a child in Ethiopia. Forty dollars a month would cover his food, schooling and basic medical care. To say I was skeptical was an understatement. My…

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The Invaluable Presence of a Father

 by Karlie Collins The influence a father has in a girl’s life is immeasurable. A father teaches his daughter about her imperishable worth and exemplifies the way a man should treat a woman. It is undeniable when a young woman…

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The Best Gift, Time

 by Charity Keller When my mother was a child, she dreamed of becoming a figure skater. When she turned five years old her father bought her a pair of ice-skates, took her to an ice-skating rink and left her there…

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Kizito’s Story: From a Thief to a Leader

Kizito was born 2006 & lost his parents in 2010 to HIV/AIDs. He was then raised by his grandmother with eleven other children. The family had obvious difficulties in getting enough food for all of them, so soon some of…

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