World Hope International and Disaster Tech are pleased to invite you to the launch of Get-Support, a community-driven disaster response product that can be used during the COVID19 pandemic and in disasters to come
It’s time to celebrate. Come enjoy a complimentary meal, hear stories of hope and learn more about sustainable water solutions.
Emergency response doesn’t just need to happen quickly, it needs to happen in a way that doesn’t further damage the environment. What is the impact of single-use plastics in disaster response and what are alternative clean water solutions? How do we create effective, efficient, and environmentally friendly resiliency initiatives?
This Earth Day, join World Hope International, Katadyn Group, and Airlink for a webinar on responsibly responding to global emergencies.
Save the Date for May 2nd from 12-12:30 pm ET to join us in our Facebook Live “Sara Sendoff” Event – as she attempts to summit Denali Mountain next month.
Join us for a complimentary dinner at Wesley Hall, Kingswood University
Get fundraising, friend-raising, and training tips to use extreme sports as a way of fundraising for a charity special to you. FREE!
A Fundraiser for the First Step Center in Odessa, Ukraine which is a safe place off the streets for children from high-risk families to learn about God, receive a warm meal and hygiene care.
Join World Hope International (and possible promo partner) for a webinar on why extreme sports charity fundraising can not only make an impact internationally but also locally—and how you and your community can successfully participate in an extreme sports charity fundraiser.
AN ORGANIZATION YOU CAN TRUST.
Spending of World Hope International (Canada) funds is confined to Board approved projects. Funds designated towards a project are used as designated, with the understanding that when the need for that project has been met or cannot be completed for reasons determined by the Board, the remaining funds designated will be used where needed most.