Another Charity Navigator 4-Star Rating for Project HOPE
Project HOPE has earned its second consecutive 4-star rating from America’s premier charity evaluator, Charity Navigator. Only 16 percent of charities rated by Charity Navigator have received at least two consecutive 4-star evaluations.
50 Years After Treatment on the SS HOPE, Thriving Patient Tells Her…
I owe a big debt of gratitude to the HOPE Ship program and the people who staffed it.
National Volunteer Week Meet Samee Connelly
“I believe that if all members of our community were able to give just a little bit of time, we would have a much healthier society.”
National Volunteer Week Meet Emily Kirchner
Since 2009, Project HOPE has partnered with Shenandoah University to place fourth-year pharmacy students, like Emily, on missions around the world.
National Volunteer Week Meet Dr. Gregorio Delgado
A former student at the University of Trujillo Medical School, Dr. Delgado specialized at Georgetown University and decades later returned to Trujillo to support Project HOPE.
National Volunteer Week Meet Susan Patton
As a non-medical career professional, Susan exemplifies HOPE’s philosophy on expanding and diversifying volunteer capabilities and opportunities to build the best possible global health programs.
National Volunteer Week Meet Faye Pyles
Faye Pyles, a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner from Norfolk, VA is the consummate volunteer professional working with Project HOPE since 2008.
National Volunteer Week Meet Dr. Benedict Nwomeh
Dr. Nwomeh recently returned from Liberia where he served on an 11-person Project HOPE team to provide medical training and care.
Handing Over Chanje Lavi Rehabilitation Center in Haiti
Project HOPE’s long term response in Haiti has been to establish the country’s first free, comprehensive rehab and prosthetic facility for amputee victims.
Supporting HOPE’s Work in the Dominican Republic
We are also visiting one of HOPE’s signature programs, the Monte Plata and Herrera women's and children's health clinics.
Training Community First Responders in Haiti
This training is a great service to the community because this type of care can truly save lives, and it uses material that’s accessible to everyone.
Project HOPE Volunteer Nurses To Be Honored at the United Nations on…
Project HOPE volunteers are among 13 nurses to be honored at the United Nations in New York on International Nurses Day on Friday May 12 in the first annual gathering of inspiring nurses who are making a difference in global health.
HOPE Can Be My Hands and Feet
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.