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There’s still time to give! Let’s feed 1,000 more children together! Just $30 can feed 5 kiddos for 1 whole month. Will you join us?
There’s still time to give! Let’s feed 1,000 more children together! Just $30 can feed 5 kiddos for 1 whole month.
Will you join us?
God is with her.
She will not be moved.
See Psalms 46:5
Project GRL exists for every girl who has been mistreated, marginalized, or feels insecure or hopeless. Far too many girls simply have no idea of their value, and it breaks my heart. The mission of Project GRL is to let every girl know that she is a daughter of the King—highly treasured with limitless potential.
There are more slaves today than at any point in history—more than 70 percent are female—with more being trafficked each day. You can rescue and restore women and girls who have lived the unimaginable through initiatives that equip them for a fresh start.
Rahel grew up the home of her uncle, in rural Ethiopia. Just out of middle school, she moved to the city to live with her grandfather, to find work. But he betrayed her and sold her to a sex trafficker. She soon became pregnant.
After being used by men, Rahel prayed to God for help and was able to escape to a rescue home supported by Hand of Hope. Now, she is healing from her traumatic past and training to open her own hair salon. She wants her daughter to have a happy life.
is actively providing support for victims rescued from human trafficking in 14 countries around the world.
Girls around the world spend over 200 million hours walking for water. This water is often disease-infested, making them and their families sick. Because of the time involved, they're unable to attend school. You can provide clean water that will improve their quality of life.
Sakuntla spent most of her life fetching water—making multiple trips to a water source each day. Sometimes she borrowed a bicycle, but usually Sakuntla walked, carrying the heavy jug of water on her head, causing severe pain.
So Hand of Hope drilled a freshwater well near her home in India and built a church next to it—a Well of Life—an answer to Sakuntla’s prayers. Now, she and her daughter will no longer suffer the long trips fetching water for their family.
have provided over 1,500 wells which allow girls and women safer access to clean, disease-free water.
Worldwide, over 62 million girls are denied education. These girls often end up in the cycle of poverty or become child brides. You can provide valuable education for girls who would otherwise be unable to attend school due to financial or cultural barriers.
Heena is 14 and loves to go to school. Her family is poor and struggles to stay afloat. With the help of a Hand of Hope-supported community center, which provides food and a safe place for children, Heena and her siblings can stay in school.
For the past five years, Heena has come to the center regularly, learning about Jesus and enjoying recreational and enrichment activities. She is talented in academics and athletics and has won medals for track and field, and her family is grateful for her continuing education.
is providing education or job skills training for women and girls in 14 countries around the world.
When there isn’t enough food, everyone suffers. Poverty and culture can force parents into the unimaginable—choosing of one child over another to feed. This means that girls are often left hungry. You can provide nutritious meals for girls and share the love of Jesus with them!
Like so many other children at her school, 12-year-old Thembelihle silently went hungry, which made it difficult to concentrate. It was a struggle to simply make it through the day.
But now, because of the nutritious meal she receives at school, Thembelihle is thriving and has plenty of energy to grow and learn. She loves learning about Jesus, is keenly interested in science and wants to become an engineer. She has elaborate dreams of building roads and bridges in and around her village in South Africa.
is feeding girls at 650 feeding sites in many nations around the world.
Around the world and in every culture, too many girls and women find themselves in dangerous situations, desperate for help. You can provide loving homes for girls who are orphaned and give them the love and security they have only dreamed of.
Bennu is 17. Her family comes from the Akha people in Myanmar. Her parents were drug addicts and the family lived in deplorable conditions. When she was 13, she was raped by a relative. So, she ran away to Phuket, Thailand, and found work at a bar/restaurant where she was gradually forced into the sex trade.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, a friend told Bennu about the Gabrielle House. At this Hand of Hope-supported safe haven, she has come to know Jesus and is learning to sew and play the guitar. Someday she would like to own a shop making traditional Akha clothing.
*Her name has been changed to guard her identity.
is supporting 13 safe havens that nurture and care for women and girls around the world.
In a world where many women and girls do not fully understand the enormity of God’s love for them—that they are chosen and beloved daughters of the King—you can share the truth of who they are in Christ, found in His Word.
Ruth Cruz of New York became a widow at 27 with two small children to raise. With her life having suddenly flipped upside down, she found herself feeling intense loneliness and she began questioning who she really was.
Then through Joyce’s teaching, Ruth learned that God is always with her and that she is never alone. She began to see herself as the person He created her to be, and now, Ruth is a strong woman of God and knows exactly who His Word says she is in Jesus.
Joyce broadcasts the truth of God’s Word to women and girls worldwide in over 100 languages
Did you know that in some parts of the globe, the three most dangerous words are, “It’s a girl”? This simple fact shapes the world around them and can even put their lives in jeopardy. The truth is:
of all trafficking victims
are women & girls
women and girls
hours walking for water
worldwide, every day
girls are denied education
girls are missing
due to “gendercide”
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