Hope Partners

There are so many partners to choose from, so many ventures out there working to help others that it’s difficult to choose which ones to get involved with.   Perhaps overtime we can be helping out communities in all countries of the world, even be involved in setting up and running some ventures ourselves! For today though, we’ve chosen to build into the following communities:


Sao Paulo, Brazil – The truth is that Brazil now has one of the highest rates of child prostitution globally, considered the 2nd largest Child sex trade in the world and nicknamed the new destination for ‘Child Sex tourism’. Average age of a child prostitute is 10 years old.  Sold for the price of a bottle of beer.    Considered “used up” by the time they reach 18.   Many die from transmitted diseases by age 25. We NEED to change the FACTS!  Read all about Katherine and Ricardo Brandao who are working in Sao Paulo alongside other missionaries who are committed to seeing just that.  (click FightforFlightBrazil )


Kampala, Uganda, Africa –  Imagine smashing rocks into gravel all day with a baby on your back, earning Only approx 40p/day – barely enough money to feed your children one meal a day. For Ugandan refugee women who fled their villages in Northern Uganda to escape violence and abductions from a war that has continued for over 20 years, this was their reality BEFORE they learned to make recycled paper beads. (click F&C_Dignity Collection_Uganda )


Ethopia – helping HIV positive women and rescuing orphans from the streets (click F&C_Restore Collection)


Equador – rescuing young girls under the age of 18 before they are trafficked to brothels (click F&C_Hope Collection_Ecuador)


Bolivia – helping women out of prostitution, providing support to their children (click Sutisana)


Bangalore, Southern India – providing safe and healthy work environments, feeding programs, schooling and more to those in severe poverty and young women susceptible to exploitation and human trafficking. (click Daughters of Hope)


North India – providing safe and healthy work environments, feeding programs, schooling and more to those in severe poverty (click Village Artisan)