From the Desk of Tanya
Thoughts & Updates
Carole Tanney, a retired nurse from Brockville, ON gives her perspective on why she feels led to help those who are most vulnerable around the world…
Mothers have so much power to transform the lives of children and help them grow. Jenita and Annah are two mothers who made an impact on the lives of others…
If you drive onto Prince Edward Island and turn right, you will find a small church community that doesn’t let size or location keep it from having a big impact on the world.
What makes you cry? On Friday, April 12, World Hope International Canada held its 6th Annual Spring Gala at Kingswood University in Sussex, NB, and it was an incredibly moving experience.
This #WorldWaterDay, I’m happy to share about two wells that were drilled in two communities that would not otherwise have access to clean water.
What happens when you combine tasty Ukrainian food, homemade baked desserts, and a desire to help kids in Odessa, Ukraine? Five years ago, a woman named Ella Leson wondered how she could support World Hope International’s Hope House and First Step Centre programs in Ukraine.
We truly believe in providing those in need with opportunity, dignity, and hope so they can not only survive, but thrive. Child sponsorship aligns with our vision because it holistically gives children, their families, and their communities the tools to become changemakers themselves—resulting in sustainable transformation.
Surrounded by alcoholism and physical abuse throughout her life, Natasha grew up in a poor home where any available money was spent on alcohol. One day…
This week, I would like to share a story with you that keeps echoing in my mind about the children at the First Step Centre in Odessa, Ukraine.
What do green smoothies and mushrooms have to do with each other you ask? Well…a lot!
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