Hope is Life is a non-profit organization that works to create vibrant communities around the world where children can enjoy a peaceful, healthy life and receive proper education without any form of prejudice.

All of humanity belongs to the same family. Hope is Life believes that the world of humanity is a composite body—when part of the body suffers, the rest will feel the consequences. The advancement in education and economic progress depends largely on natural stirrings at the grassroots level. Programs aimed at the betterment of youth will empower communities, resulting in the transformation of society.

Your tax-deductible donations to the work of Hope is Life Foundation will be gratefully accepted, and we will do everything we can to provide you with information about the results of your generosity. Hope is Life Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit incorporated in the United States in 2005.  All donations are tax-exempt and receipts are provided.

If you would like to contribute to Hope is Life’s activities, whether it be to provide scholarships to children in need, to build libraries in remote parts of the world, or to enhance the welfare of communities, you can donate via PayPal.

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It's graduation day in Petionville, Haiti!

The Hope is Life team is so happy to announce that the first class attending the new school built by Hope is Life in Haiti just graduated kindergarten! We're so happy for these little ones, and can't wait to see what amazing things they accomplish in their community. Sending our love to these children and their families, and wishing them congratulations on their BIG day! (7 photos)
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We had a wonderful time speaking about Hope is Life at the Chautauqua Institution last Sunday! Here are some pictures from the event—great turnout, beautiful campus, and awesome people. (6 photos) ... See MoreSee Less

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Hope to see you all today in Chautauqua! 3 pm in Smith-Wilkes Hall at the Chautauqua Institution. ... See MoreSee Less

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