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Our organization is a Section 501(c)(3) nonprofit and your gift may qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes. We are an all-volunteer organization and 97% of funds donated go directly to support the programs.

Donate to a Specific Need

Our 17-year-old car.  Road-weary and way past retirement.

I have hauled children, food, livestock, and building supplies and I am tired.

Kids of all kinds!

Over all kinds of roads.

Help us move our fund along the road to reach our destination.  $35,000 (miles)  will get us there, right now we have $28,000 (miles) to go!  Weekly updates will show you the progress of our little car as it chugs alog.

Any size gift will help secure our goal towards replacing all broke and cracked windows.  Replacing an entire window in Plexiglass (9 panes) is nearly $200 but should end the need to constantly repair them.  Since we plan to continue Hope Center into perpetuity, it seems a good investment.  Help us keep our kids safe and healthy!

One of our school windows, here are 4 in each classroom, 8 classrooms and a teacher’s lounge.  Lots and lots of windows@

Hope Center has 7 large buildings with many large, intricate windows.  Our location in a valley creates large wind eddys, slamming windows shut, shattering panes. Wear and tear from 0ver 140 children adds further breakage.  We are in the process of replacing 700 cracked/broken windows.  Our goal is to put plexiglass in the boy’s dormitory, as an experiment to see if it justifies the expense of over $2200, replacing the others with regular glass for now.  It is imperative to get them repaired before mosquito/malaria season begins.

Windows in Dining Hall