Donor Voices: For Dick Richardson, It’s All About Making a Connection
Dick Richardson believes in making strong relationships with others, which guides his giving and volunteering. Project HOPE’s partnerships with local agencies is one of the reasons why he supports our work.
Hurricanes Eta and Iota: How Project HOPE Is Responding
Project HOPE is on the ground in Honduras, providing lifesaving medical relief in the aftermath of Hurricane Eta and Hurricane Iota. Learn more about our response and how you can help.
6 Health Triumphs We’re Thankful For This Year
Despite COVID-19's devastation, there are still many incredible health achievements to be thankful for this season.
Field Spotlight: ‘We Will Have a Better Nation That Is Safe and Secure for All’
In Nigeria, Project HOPE is helping reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS on orphans and vulnerable children. Meet a team member at the heart of that response.
Volunteer Voices: How Creative Thinking Can Take Testing To the Community
Maryland has conducted over 3 million COVID-19 tests, thanks in part to some creative thinking about how to get those tests to the people who need them. Read the latest dispatch from a Project HOPE volunteer deployed to Montgomery County, Maryland.
Conflict in South Caucasus: How Project HOPE is Responding
Heavy fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan has displaced tens of thousands of people in the Nagorno-Karabakh region. Get the latest facts on this crisis and learn how Project HOPE is responding.
Supporter Spotlight: Phil Ropy
Digital philanthropy startup Phil Ropy is partnering with an American photography legend to raise awareness for Project HOPE’s COVID-19 response.
World Mental Health Day 2020
Mental health is a global crisis that affects people across all walks of life. For World Mental Health Day on October 10, we're publishing a series of stories that highlight this hidden crisis and what Project HOPE is doing to help.
COVID-19 Devastated New York’s Health Workers. Their Experience Is Helping Others Around The World.
With support from the Abbott Fund, Project HOPE is piloting a new program to provide mental health and resiliency tools for health care workers on the front lines of COVID-19.
‘You Can’t Explain How Bad It Is if You Haven’t Actually Been There’
When COVID-19 devastated New York City, it presented an unprecedented new challenge for the city’s hospitals: protecting the mental health of those on the front lines.
In a Crisis, the Deepest Scars Can’t Be Seen
In Lebanon, Colombia, Bangladesh, and beyond, a quieter tragedy lingers beneath some of the world’s worst humanitarian crises: those who need mental health care the most are the ones with the least access.
COVID-19 Is On Track To Become 2020's Leading Infectious Disease Killer, Warns Dr. Tom Kenyon
According to data by the World Health Organization and UNAIDS, COVID-19 deaths have surpassed AIDS deaths recorded in 2019 and are on track to surpass tuberculosis-related deaths as a leading cause of death.
Dr. Tom Kenyon Urges Safety as Holiday Travel and Gatherings are Planned During the COVID-19 Pandemic
As coronavirus cases surge and set new daily records in the U.S. and globally, Dr. Thomas Kenyon issued the following statements urging personal safety and public health precautions for winter holiday travel and gatherings.