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About HOPE

HOPE International Development Agency extends help to the poorest of the poor worldwide. First established in 1975, we accomplish our mission by enabling people in the developed world to connect with people in the poorest communities on earth through compassionate giving and other opportunities to help.

HOPE is becoming well-established in Singapore and exists to improve the supply of basic human necessities for the neediest of the needy in the developing world through self-help activities, and to challenge, educate, and involve people in Singapore regarding development issues.

 

Here at HOPE Singapore, we believe that every degree of support we obtain can make a difference in our society. With your generous help, we aim to sustain our work specializing in both supplying water to the families living in poverty in Cambodia as well as supporting Pamulaan education centre in the Philippines.

Ways to give:
HOPE (UEN: 201302444Z) is a Singapore Registered International Charitable Organization. It is registered with the Ministry of Culture Community and Youth in Singapore. There are various ways to donate to HOPE SG, as well as exciting sponsorship schemes and benefits as a patron of HOPE SG.
Payment is possible by “PAY NOW” to this UEN: 201302444Z
 Or you can bid for the auction items through our platform from now until the HOPE gala dinner 2023 : https://app.galabid.com/hopegala2023

 

Who are we?

We are part of the HOPE International Development Agency network, which has been helping families in the developing world achieve self-reliance for over 40 years. The HOPE network extends across 9 different countries and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

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Safe Water Supply

Health & Sanitation

Education

Animal Bank

Micro Credit

Job Training

1

Water

By providing clean water to people whose current sources of drinking water are scarce or contaminated with deadly bacteria and parasites.

2

Food

By assisting families grow nutritious food in a sustainable manner as well as earn extra income through the sale of surplus harvest.

3

Health

By educating people, especially mothers and children, to learn how to reduce sickness and maintain better good health.

4

Learning

By working with all ages to learn their way out of poverty through education and skills training, ensuring they become self-reliant.