Project HOPE supporters are as special as they are diverse. Enjoy just a few of our stories about our amazing donors and the legacy of health and HOPE they make possible every day.
Students at Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School for Government and International Studies in Richmond, Va. raise $10,000 for Project HOPE.
Project HOPE has had a profound impact on the life of Esther Kooiman, both personally and professionally.
This Mother's Day, HOPE sustaining supporter Virginia Grove celebrates mothers around the world by donating to the Save Newborns Now campaign in honor of the many mothers she knows.
Three little birthday girls decide to ask guests to donate to Project HOPE in lieu of buying presents.
Project HOPE and the Wuhan University HOPE School of Nursing are jointly celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. C. J. Huang on the occasion of his 100th birthday.
Since adopting Project HOPE as their official National Philanthropy in 1964, LKS has raised $187,000 in support of Project HOPE’s mission and global health programs.
Citi employees improved their own health while supporting better health for children mothers and families around the globe with the annual Citi Fitness Challenge.
This year, Cornerstone on Demand was more than eager to use their annual LA Marathon participation to support HOPE’s lifesaving work around the globe.
“I have all or most of what I really need, so why not spread a little love to those who have trouble getting their basic health and medical needs met,” she said.
The Detroit Women's Division of Project HOPE, a dedicated group of women that has been fundraising for Project HOPE for over 50 years, held a holiday luncheon and bazaar on December 3, 2015.
For Kathy and Don Pedersen, the first reports of a massive earthquake in Nepal were far more than news from a distant land. They left Katmandu only a few short hours before the huge quake destroyed much of the country and threatened the safety of friends they have known for many years.
Check out these inspiring quotes from Project HOPE supporters on why they are involved with HOPE's lifesaving work.
Jenny raised $1,075 to support Project HOPE’s relief and recovery work in the Philippines by setting up a HELP Bring HOPE to the Philippines personal fundraising page on the Project HOPE website.
Ten-year-old Jennifer and nine-year-old Kimberly decided they wanted to help survivors and came up with the idea of selling Rainbow Loom Bracelets, a popular fashion accessory and trend among school kids.
Eleven-year-old Larissa Manrique of Mt. Airy, Maryland is making her mark in the philanthropy world, and inspiring others to do the same, by playing her violin downtown to raise money for Project HOPE’s disaster relief efforts in the Philippines.
When the Ashland Dance Community in Ashland, Oregon heard about Typhoon Haiyan’s terrible effect on the Philippines, they decided to use their skills and resources to help Project HOPE send aid.
College student turns jewelry making hobby into support tool for nonprofits.
The donation came through the mail. A $15,000 check in an envelope. No letter of explanation. No fanfare. But the organization and address on the check caught the attention of Project HOPE staff. The donation was from the Ohio Reformatory for Women (ORW) and it was purposed for HOPE’s relief efforts in Haiti.
In 2005, after the Indian Ocean Tsunami, then 11-year-old Jesse Wisel felt compelled to raise money to help those impacted by the unthinkable natural disaster. Jesse and his friend, Jake Richards, made bracelets and sold them, raising nearly $2,000 to donate to Project HOPE’s Tsunami relief efforts.
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