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Project HOPE is an international global health organization registered as a not-for-profit organization in the United States. Our legal name is Project HOPE — The People-to-People Health Foundation, Inc., and we do business as (DBA) Project HOPE.
Project HOPE is always written as two words. The ‘P’ in Project should always be capitalized. The word HOPE should always be fully capitalized.
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- Project Hope
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How You Can Talk About Us
Healing people, transforming lives.
Project HOPE is a global health and humanitarian organization that helps people around the world access the health care they need to reach their full potential. For more than 60 years, we’ve worked to improve the health of women and children, fight infectious disease, combat the rise of noncommunicable diseases, and strengthen health care systems to withstand disasters and health crises.
Above all, we believe in one thing: that all people deserve access to the health care they need to reach their full potential.
- We place power in the hands of health care workers by giving them the tools and training they need to save lives.
- When disaster strikes, we respond with the medical relief people need most, often staying behind to help strengthen health systems through the long process of recovery.
- Since our founding, we’ve helped transform the health and well-being of over 50 million people in 100 countries around the world.
Project HOPE began as the S.S. HOPE, the world’s first peacetime hospital ship, in 1958. Over the next 14 years, the S.S. HOPE made 11 voyages to provide care to vulnerable communities around the world.
Today, the spirit of the S.S. HOPE lives on in our land-based programs and in the dedication of our team members and volunteers, who work every day to empower local health care workers in communities that need it most.
Our logo is a friendly and uplifting mark; it captures the human connections we create with people around the world. Use our full-color Navy logo on a white or light background, or our knockout white logo on a dark background.
Please use our logo exactly as is and ensure that the registered trademark symbol is included.
Typography is a key element of our visual identity. We use Museo for headlines and Museo Sans for body copy.
Photos tell stories of HOPE. A mother finding support in the critical moments before delivery. A hurricane survivor receiving the medication he depends on. A nurse learning the skills that can save lives. If you would like to use one of our photos to represent our organization, please consider using one of our favorite shots.
Please note that these photos are property of Project HOPE. They cannot be altered and should only be used to represent our brand and partnership.
If you have questions about representing our brand, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected].