What Are We Up To?
Our projects are innovative, environmentally conscious, and transformative, and we deliver our programming through strategic local and global partnerships to create a maximal, sustainable impact.
- Jun 11, 2019
WHI’s Communications & Marketing Director, Heather Hill, Named a Finalist in Washington Women in Public Relations’ 2019 Emerging Leaders Awards
WHI's Communications & Marketing Director, Heather Hill, Named a Finalist in Washington Women in Public Relations' 2019 Emerging Leaders Awards
- May 23, 2019
Can you imagine working for months on end without receiving a paycheck? Sokha doesn’t have to imagine it because she suffered it. Here is her story...
- May 13, 2019
Since 2011, this golf tournament has partnered with WHI to raise money for drilling wells--helping to provide clean drinking water for 70,000+ people...
- May 10, 2019
The U.S. Southern Command announced on Tuesday, May 7th, that “The U.S. Navy hospital ship USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) is scheduled to deploy in June". World Hope International is again seeking volunteer, licensed medical professionals, as well as Spanish speaking interpreters to staff the ship.
- May 10, 2019
Last year, Tamara Tangeman served as a representative for World Hope International aboard hospital ship USNS Comfort during the ship’s stops in Ecuador and Peru on an 11-week medical support mission...
We’re Making a Cross-Sector Impact
Transformation is never a single-issue project; it’s as multi-dimensional as people are themselves—and so the work we do is, too.
“Everyone, including those living in hard-to-reach communities, deserves relief and vital necessities like clean water immediately following an emergency. In partnering with World Hope International, we have been able to help those in need who may not otherwise receive aid in time.”
AN ORGANIZATION YOU CAN TRUST.
World Hope International is committed to sound stewardship and using your gift to deliver the most effective, sustainable solutions for alleviating poverty, suffering, and injustice. In 2017, 92% of funds contributed were used for program expenses. In order to use our resources in the most efficient manner possible, we may deem it necessary to redirect your contribution to the greatest need or our general purposes.