About Children’s Hope International Literacy & Development - Children’s Hope
Children’s Hope International Literacy & Development, Children’s Hope Children’s Hope International Literacy & Development - Children’s Hope Children’s Hope International Literacy & Development (Children’s Hope) is a non-profit organization founded in 2004 and is based in Santa Ana, California. Children’s Hope is a non-political and non-sectarian humanitarian organization, founded by dedicated volunteers with the aim of providing hope, healing, and opportunity to children around the world. Our love for children inspires our commitment to make better education, healthcare, and opportunities for growth and development a part of every child’s life. Our Mission To transform the lives of disadvantaged children globally through our donor supported educational program while delivering critically needed aid and services to meet the physical and emotional needs of the children and their families. Our Vision To offer the joys of childhood while securing a self-sufficient and productive future for deprived children in order to grow into independent and loving adults. Our Values & Beliefs All children deserve equal amount of happiness, hope, and opportunities for their future Children should not bear the difficulties of accessing basic needs Education is a pathway for a more successful and self-sustaining future By assisting the families of the children, we provide a positive foundation and environment for the children to grow To collaborate with other humanitarian organizations involved in providing children with food, education, medical care, and opportunities for growth and development To inform, train, and assist our volunteers in the service path while having an open dialogue for future improvements and growth Children’s Hope is a non-profit organization that operates completely within California State Laws. All contributions to Children’s Hope are tax-deductible under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Our current programs are in the areas of education, hunger relief, medical assistance, self-sufficiency, and disaster relief. Please Click Here for more information.
Share this page