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A Strategic Childcare Facility

"Empowering Orphans and Vulnerable Children to Become Agents of Positive Global Change"

Energy of Hope is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization made up of caring individuals who have been exposed to the obstacles that orphans and vulnerable children face in Africa. We feel a strong sense of responsibility for each child that remains on the streets in Africa and it is our goal to provide them with the care and the education that they need to grow into peaceful and productive members of global society. We offer the children the opportunity to rise above their problems and teach compassion to the world.

Your donations truly provide that safety, security, care, love, and education for these children. We need your help now more than ever. We have increased by almost 20 children since January, who have all come from difficult backgrounds. At this time we are fighting hard to reverse malnutrition, to heal the scars of physical and emotional abuse, to catch them up to the level of their peers in education. All of this takes precious resources. Without the right funding right now, we could lose someone.

Their bodies are still weak from hunger and exposure to the elements. Even though they are in our custody, if we don't have the extra funds to meet their specific rehabilitation needs, we could still lose one.

Donate by Cash/Check

If you want to donate with cash or check, please make the check payable to:

The Energy of Hope
PO Box #26074
Overland Park, KS 66225-6074

    Every month, each child needs:
  • Healthcare ($15)
  • Protection & Security ($25)
  • School Tuition ($35)
  • 3 Nutritious Meals & 2 snacks/day ($45)
  • Shelter ($45)
  • Caregiver Salary ($120)

Experience the joyful dancing of once abandoned children in their new home.

To read a blog post about a volunteer's experience at Energy of Hope, click here.

Learn More About the Kids

Baby Will's Story - When I first arrived in Zambia to open our second children's facility I was informed of a newborn baby had been discovered crying at the bottom of a sewer well. Read more.

Elton's Story - Late this past August, a group of widows came to our door with a child, a five year old little boy. Read more.

Elizabeth's Hand - Like many of our children, eight year old Elizabeth is shy. The first time I saw her, she buried her face in her hands. Read more.