House of HopeA missions trip to Nicaragua inadvertently led me down some bumpy dirt roads to the discovery of a beautiful organization. House of Hope started in 2001 with April Havlin and her vision to lead women out of prostitution. With the Lord's provision, House of Hope has been able to offer young women job training and housing for more than 10 years! As these women are discipled in the love of God, they also learn how to cook, clean, sew, knit, and crochet. These skills are used to create products that profit the House of Hope movement! online store where you can view and buy products made by these artisans! With continued support, House of Hope plans to expand into Bolivia, Honduras and Peru. How can YOU help? Check out these 8 ways!
- Give a grant.
- Become a sponsor.
- Bring a team.
- Visit the store.
- Give a uniform.
- Make a donation.
- Provide supplies.
- Provide clothing.
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