Hope House I & II

ukraine

Our vision for Hope House is to be a loving and supportive home where vulnerable girls can learn family and life skills, and receive an education so they can live successful, independent lives that are honouring to the Lord.

Hope House is a transition home for young women, a place to belong and learn life skills, a place where others believe in you, as you complete your education. Under the loving supervision of a caring house mother, the girls who live here blossom in this positive environment.

Upon completion of their formal education, each girl is better prepared to live a successful life as a contributing member of Ukrainian society.

It has been a very successful program as evidenced by some of our graduates. In June 2010, four of the original girls graduated from university or college and have moved out. Two have continued on to Bible college and two are now employed. You can read our 10-year Impact Report here: Hope House Impact Report!

The need to provide for vulnerable children, especially girls, continues to be great. With the success of the program becoming well known locally, we regularly receive requests to place girls at Hope House. We take new girls each spring/summer, but we receive more requests than we can accommodate. In order to continue to meet the needs, we are building a second home!

World Hope Ukraine Director, Sergiy Svystun, with the girls from Hope House, both past and present.

World Hope Ukraine Director, Sergiy Svystun, with the girls from Hope House, both past and present.

In April 2012, we began to construct a second transitional home for at-risk girls.

In April 2012, we began to construct a second transitional home for at-risk girls.