Home of Hope’s mission is to provide educational opportunities to empower disadvantaged and underprivileged youth to become self-sustaining adults of tomorrow. We believe all children deserve the opportunity to build better lives.
Home of Hope is a 501(c)(3) California based nonprofit that ignites new possibilities and brings security and skills to vulnerable South Asian children through support of high quality educational programs across India. We focus on girls and children who have been orphaned, abandoned or have disabilities. Our dedicated HOH team, all with strong roots in India, identify organizations that exemplify integrity, accountability and commitment to impactful change. We raise funds for these projects and complementary programs, like our innovative Educate to Empower (E2E) program, and monitor their progress as they serve India’s most vulnerable children. With minimal overhead (we are entirely volunteer driven) we have brought incredible change to the lives of over 100,000 of India’s youth.
Home of Hope builds bridges between our California community and the children/projects we support in India. Home of Hope programs are designed and implemented by committed volunteers with expertise in many educational arenas. Though our Educate to Empower (E2E) program, professional educators and youth mentors we coach use long-distance learning strategies to build relationships and teach English in partner schools. Our youth chapter is full of passionate and dedicated young adults who fundraise, mentor, and volunteer for the greater Home of Hope good.
Our projects spread over multiple states in India, and serve over 30,000 children of all ages. All projects provide quality education for children, specifically girls, through four core areas: computer education, vocational training, disability and mental health, and K-12 education. Home of Hope projects bring safety and new opportunities by nurturing children, building their confidence and providing well-tested educational opportunities – especially for those who are deaf, blind, abandoned, orphaned, physically or mentally challenged, or otherwise disadvantaged.
Home of Hope’s strength comes from our dedicated volunteers. From our annual events to our youth chapter, we need passionate people to help make our vision a reality. Find out how you can get involved!
All our projects are carefully vetted and every request for funding goes through a strict checklist that monitors compliance with our organization goals and fiscal responsibility.
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