Volunteer Spotlight: Lily Hsu
Nursing has been part of Lily Hsu’s life since she was a little girl. Through Project HOPE, it became a way to treat people around the world.
Project HOPE gave eight-year-old Nayeli a year’s supply of insulin after her life was threatened by Hurricane Maria. Today, she’s growing into a role as a mentor in her community, as Project HOPE continues its work to support diabetes patients and protect the island’s insulin supply.
Ying’s Story of HOPE
When Ying was 14 years old, he was diagnosed with Leukemia. It was a long and trying road to recovery but the doctors and nurses at Shanghai Children's Medical Center saved his life.
9 Ways You Made A Difference This Year
Thanks to your support, Project HOPE reached nearly 1 million people this year. Here are just a few of the ways you helped us build a healthier world.
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.
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.