Jordan Container

As the situation in Syria continues to intensify, GCHope has responded by sending a container of medical supplies, bandages, wheelchairs, vitamins and other relief items into the country of Jordan. According to the UN, Jordan is now housing over 200,000 Syrian refugees. Our partners in Jordan are ready to distribute the relief items which will […]

OC Meal Marathon

Children of the Nations, an organization that aims to provide relief and quality care for orphaned and deprived children in the nation, will host the OC Meal Marathon at Rancho Santa Margarita, CA on October 13, 2012. OC Meal Marathon will send 100,000 meals for children in Haiti and local OC agencies like Giving Children […]

National Children’s Day

In 2000, President Clinton proclaimed October 8th as National Children’s Day to express our love, appreciation, and commitment for children, and to promote safe, nurturing and conducive communities for children to live in. He believes that both family and the community have great influence in shaping the lives of children. Similarly, Giving Children Hope aims […]

Fall Prayer Newsletter

Prayer List Dear Friends, Thank you for praying for Giving Children Hope! Please feel free to forward this newsletter or invite others who may be interested in partnering with us in prayer. 1) Jordan Container – Many Christians are being persecuted in Syria and are seeking refuge in neighboring Jordan. A container of medical supplies […]

Textile Recycling Program

GCHope is excited to announce the launch of a textile recycling program in Southern California, in partnership with American Textile Recycling Services (ATRS). The brightly colored orange recycling bins feature the Giving Children Hope logo and can be found at convenient locations in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. The program is coming soon to Orange, […]

Aiding Internationally

Djibouti and Somalia 5,000 lbs. of pharmaceuticals has just been sent by GCHope and GAiN to Djibouti. When these meds arrive in mid-September they will have the capacity to treat up to 350,000 people. The medicine will be distributed through out the African Horn which has been suffering from the worst drought in 60 years […]