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Our Programs

The Mission of Hope serves locations affected by natural disasters statewide, nationwide, and worldwide. 

We have served: Nicaragua, California, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Puerto Rico, Ghana, Madagascar, Philippines, Bahamas, Haiti, Ukraine, Northern New York, and wherever needed!

 

We believe all people deserve to live fulfilling, happy,

healthy, and safe lives regardless of location.

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We believe all people deserve to live fulfilling, happy,
healthy, and safe lives regardless of location

Education

Approximately 29% of children in Nicaragua finish the mandated six years of schooling. Our education programs are designed to lessen the financial burdens that prevent the poorest of the poor from remaining in school by offering tuition assistance and money for necessary school supplies and mandated uniforms. These educational opportunities are provided for Pre-K through secondary education.

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Health care

The Mission Clinic serves a rural, underserved population and is open six days a week. The clinic provides General Medicine, Women’s Health, Psychological Health, and Eye and Dental Care services. If not for the Mission Clinic, most people in the area would have no health care services.

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Community 
Development

The Mission has provided Shelter Homes to over 775 individuals and families with no place to live. These modest and affordable homes offer security and shelter for families that had none and, more importantly, give them a home to call their own.

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People working on ecological sustainability projects

Ecological 
Sustainability

The Mission provides individuals and families with energy-efficient stoves, latrines, moringa seeds, and community gardens. Through our Bee Project, we also offer an income opportunity to some families with the training and equipment necessary to raise bees for honey. These projects improve the lives and health of those we serve and help protect and enhance their environment.

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Feeding
Program

Our school feeding program provides a daily meal to over 6,500 students during the school year. For some, it is the only meal they have that day. Beginning in the COVID-19 crisis in 2020, we have also funded an emergency feeding program for families facing food insecurity issues. Through these initiatives, the Mission provides over 1,500,000 meals a year.

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Orphan's Hope
Project

With funds provided by our generous donors, the Mission works with four disadvantaged orphanages in Nicaragua. The children are provided with food, medicine, and an education.

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Let's Make A Change

Here are some ways you can donate:

Donate

In Person

Join us in person to help with local activities that have an international impact.

Financially

Make a tax deductible donation‏.

Skills & Ability

Use unique skills like grant writing, social media management, organization to do good from your own home. 

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