Champions of Hope:
A Community Building Approach

Creating a healthy environment where children can thrive!

Our local partners in the 7 countries where we serve believe that we are called as the global Church to help the poor. These church congregations are already labouring in love within their own communities to help vulnerable children and families, but they cannot do this work alone. They need Champions of Hope to stand beside them in support and love and prayer.

Be a Champion of Hope today and equip a church to provide support for at-risk families in their community: reaching struggling children and families, and building locally-driven and sustainable growth for the long-term benefit of the community. Choose a country to champion.

This is love in action.

As a Champion of Hope, your monthly contributions enable the development and expansion of a church’s outreach programs in areas such as:

  • food programs
  • educational resources
  • counselling or vocational support
  • discipleship opportunities
  • additional support for families

Choose a local partner in the field:

Calvary Church, Zambia

Calvary Church provides assistance to at-risk families in their community. They established the Village of Hope in 2003 to help orphans and street children. They distribute school fees for children that cannot to afford attend school, run a preschool for children aged 3-6, provide food packs to families suffering from malnutrition, and invite children to participate in Bible lessons.
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Livingstone Christian Centre, Zambia

LCC Church provides physical and spiritual support to families in their community. The church's 5-person missions team identifies vulnerable children as they travel the city sharing the Good News of the Gospel. They register children for school that cannot afford to attend, and offer food packs to the most malnourished children. Church volunteers operate the Little Reader Program to provide one-on-one reading support for those that have fallen behind.
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Mongu Evangelical Church, Zambia

Mongu Evangelical Church provides holistic care to orphans and vulnerable children with a focus on education. In 2009 they established Mongu Christian Academy for at-risk children ranging in age from 4-7 years old, providing the essential building blocks to children that would be likely to fall behind. They also provide school fees for older children in the community that can't afford to go.
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Creation of Hope, Kenya

An outreach to orphans and vulnerable children in this small community ravaged by HIV and AIDS. A partnership that originated between local advocate, Ruth Kyatha, the Africa Inland Church, and Canadians Eric & Anita Walters who witnessed orphans living on the streets. Now supporting several hundred orphans and vulnerable children lacking basic essentials, food, education, and mentorship - enabling them to reach new heights, new careers, and to give back with their God-given potential.
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SARA Ministries, Nepal

Supporting over 40 children in great need - offering school tuition and caring mentorship. The outreach also provides a home for children who have nowhere to go. While ministering throughout Nepal through SARA Church, and youth and Sunday school programs, Pastor Tej has always felt called to reach out to the vulnerable and the orphans, having grown up in an orphanage himself. This growing outreach needs your help.
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Tiempo de Paz, Colombia

Since 2010, Tiempo de Paz has served children aged 5-12 who are vulnerable to malnutrition, sexual and substance abuse, and who have high psychological and social needs. Started by leaders in the CENFOL Church to provide a protected space for emotional and physical development, and to share and live the Good News of the Gospel, the program now supports almost 100 children.
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Gampela School, Burkina Faso

The Gampela Centre is a safe refuge where about 400 vulnerable children attend primary and middle school and participate in a food program. At the heart of the Centre is Grace Evangelical Church. The Centre is also reaching out to adults, providing literacy and skills training, and serving the community through a medical clinic.
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Amani School, Tanzania

In partnership with the Africa Inland Church of Tanzania, over 300 children children from 11 surrounding villages receive a high-quality Christian education, breakfast, lunch, vocational skills training, and caring mentorship. Despite the lack of education in the region, the school now ranks among the top 10% of schools in the country.
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New Hope Youth Centre, Ontario

A church established 20 years ago to serve as a spiritual refuge for First Nations youth. Led by First Nations elders, they long to be a light in their city. They want Indigenous youth to have a safe place to hang out, encounter loving community, and experience healing. We desire to help New Hope Fellowship expand its drop-in outreach from one night per week to six. To do so, the Church will need to hire a full-time staff member.
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