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VBS Camps

Hello world followers! It’s been a while since we have blogged to you, but it sure has been a busy week. We have so far done three VBS camps, one being a mini camp session and the other two being full days. Although busy and tiring, they have all been so rewarding. Our team has …

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AWANA Mpumalanga

So much has happened since we last wrote here! In mid-January we received two new team members from the States, who are to be with us until early May. Our days have been quite full! After a short introduction and adjustment, the four of us began organizing an AWANA conference for nearby villages that was to …

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Christmas Party for Kibera Street Boys

On December 22, HOA volunteers Heather, Ami and Matt Regier, partnered with Tony, coordinator of the Kibera Street Boy Project, to throw a much-anticipated Christmas Party. We were greeted at the gate by droves of eager, bright-eyed boys. Lively fist bumping ensued as names were exchanged. Rapid-fire questions went something like this…”How is the USA?” …

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IRS Application Has Been Submitted!!

Our application to the IRS for non-profit status has been submitted!  This application package was a year in the making.  Please pray for favor with the IRS that they see The Hope of Africa’s heart to help orphaned and vulnerable youth create a hope and a future.  Thanks for all of your encouragement and support!

Siyabonga House fundraising

Siyabonga House (literally “Thank You”), is a rented house with 18 kids (orphaned or vulnerable) started by 6 young African men and women in their 20’s.  These young Africans do not all have jobs, some work part time, and some are still starting their lives looking for jobs. But they have chosen to “pay it …

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