About Us

Children can’t take care of themselves. They need a safe and stable home. They need to belong. They need to know that people love them and believe they can do great things with their lives. All children deserve this hope, especially orphans. There are a lot of orphaned and abandoned children in this world who need hope. That’s why A Child’s Hope Foundation exists.

Helping to improve the lives of children

We’ve been around since 2002, helping orphaned and abandoned children in developing countries around the world. We get them into safe and loving homes. These kids need families, so we help them by:

  • Reuniting them with their families (when possible)
  • Supporting programs for adoption or foster care
  • Volunteering at family-style orphanages (very different than child-warehousing orphanages)
Think of our volunteers as affectionate aunts, uncles, and cousins. When they visit, they bring the fun! While our volunteers do construction projects at the orphanages for a few hours each day, their main focus is connecting with the orphans. A significant number of our volunteers have been with us multiple times, trying to stay connected with the children. We’re in these kids’ lives for the long haul!

We’ve done lots of important projects over the years, partnering with some great people. With your help we can save lives, build families, and be a child's hope for love and belonging in this world.


What We Have Accomplished

Abbreviated version of what has been accomplished to date as of August 2015

Saving Lives and Building Families

  • Built a beautiful 14,000 sq. ft. facility in Haiti that serves as an adoption center for dozens of children:  including a 16 bed volunteer wing and a wing for a school/clinic
  • Over 100 children have been adopted from the adoption orphanage in Haiti, with dozens more matched with loving families
  • Provided loans to couples to adopt children through the Perpetual Adoption Fund

Coordinating and Supplying Needed Resources

  • Donated supplies to over 100 orphanages and communities in Bulgaria, China, Mongolia, Ukraine, Peru, South Korea, Haiti and Mexico
  • Mexico: Built and improved facilities at four separate orphanages in Mexico, donated thousands of dollars of supplies to various orphanages
  • South Korea: Donated $30,000 in supplies to three orphanages and several orphans in foster care
  • Haiti: Delivered three 40 foot containers of supplies by ship and delivered 1056 totes of supplies and aid brought with volunteers by plane
  • Peru: Donated around 10 totes of toys, school supplies, clothing, etc. and $5000 to provide food for seven months for 105 children and 6 nuns at an orphanage for blind and handicapped children
  • China: Donated over $110,000 as a major sponsor of the China Orphan Relief Fund which provides orphans in China medical care, food, clothing, heating, reconstruction of facilities, etc.
  • China: Provided small grants to 7 orphanages in China for supplies (food, clothing, heating, medical, etc.)
  • Haiti: Helped coordinate, facilitate, and host 18 medical and dental professionals who treated over 450 individuals (villagers and our orphans)
  • China: Facilitated the acquisition of medical supplies and vitamins for several orphanages
  • Mexico: Facilitated dental teams which provided dental services to over 100 orphans and caregivers
  • Ukraine: Held benefit concert and provided funds for a vehicle for a family-oriented orphanage


  • 379 volunteers have made a total of 472 individual trips to work in Haiti
  • 1,157 volunteers have made a total of 1,599 individual trips to work in Mexico
  • 19,538 estimated hours provided by work project volunteers working on the facility in Haiti
  • 85 weeks to date donated by volunteer child caregivers
  • Thousands of hours contributed by local volunteers creating (sewing diapers, blankets, sheets, clothing, etc.), collecting, sorting, and packing donations of various kinds