Growth 2008 – 2019
Our native team on the island of Cebu have been making a difference in the lives of those affected by extreme poverty for over 10 years. Our work of reaching destitute children and at-risk women in the Philippines is being sustained and multiplied by a hen house project producing up to 300 eggs per day, a banana grove that yields over 6,000 bananas annually, and a fishery that provides up to a ton of fish several times per year. Our farmland enterprise also includes a coconut grove with 115 trees, a free-range poultry farming project, a goat farm, and a piggery.
Profits generated from their farmland enterprise, combined with your donations, allow us to operate a girls home and two “Children’s Hope Centers” which are after-school care programs striving to ensure that children stay successfully enrolled in school. One is in Manila, the other on our main campus on the island of Cebu. We support a program designed to equip at-risk women and their daughters to avoid the perils of human trafficking by fostering their creative skills in craft-making small businesses. Some of their creations can be found at SheHasHope.org.
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