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Volunteers drop everything and respond to Hurricane Laura

Volunteers drop everything and respond to Hurricane Laura

On Friday, August 28th, Kurt Bandy received a phone call from World Hope International (Canada) asking if he could leave that evening for Louisiana to respond to Hurricane Laura’s devastation. He had one hour to make the decision. Knowing on top of the 7 days of service, he had to self-isolate for 14 days coming home, Kurt dropped everything. By 8:00 pm, Kurt departed for his first disaster relief trip…

Summer 2020 Intern: Grace Payne

Summer 2020 Intern: Grace Payne

Meet Summer 2020 fellow Grace Payne. This summer Grace is serving as our Legal Intern under our Chief Legal Officer. She is a huge help to WHI as her work allows our professional staff to focus more energy on the projects on their plates! This is especially...

Summer 2020 Intern: Julie Bandy

Summer 2020 Intern: Julie Bandy

Meet Summer 2020 intern Julie Bandy. Julie is interning with World Hope Interantional (WHI) Canada as our Donor Engagement Assistant. She is a huge help to WHI as her work allows our professional staff to focus more energy on the projects on their plates! This is...

Summer 2020 Intern: Riley Gastin

Summer 2020 Intern: Riley Gastin

Meet Summer 2020 intern Riley Gastin. Riley is interning in our communication department, focusing on the editorial side of things such as writing our blogs and helping  to maintain our websites. She is a huge help to WHI as her work allows our professional staff to...

Beating the Odds

Beating the Odds

In the Philippines, the opportunity for young people to attend college is increasing. However, some families must relinquish the dream for their children to continue their education because of poverty. Most teenagers quit school and work because there are not enough funds to provide the basic needs of their family.

AN ORGANIZATION YOU CAN TRUST.

Spending of World Hope International (Canada) funds is confined to Board approved projects. Funds designated towards a project are used as designated, with the understanding that when the need for that project has been met or cannot be completed for reasons determined by the Board, the remaining funds designated will be used where needed most.

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