Children's HopeChest - Engaging, Connecting and Transforming The World's Orphans


Join Us For HopeCup 2014!

09/02/2014, 09:16
Do you (or someone you know) like to golf? What if you could enjoy a day of golf and support Children’s HopeChest at the same time? We are excited to announce the first ever Children’s HopeChest Golf Tournament, HopeCup 2014. If you will be in Colorado, please consider joining us on September 27 at [...]

Send your sponsored child a Christmas card

08/07/2014, 13:38
Sponsors! Time To Send Your Christmas Cards! It may seem early, but now is the time to get in those Christmas cards! Taking the time this summer to write a card full of Christmas joy and encouragement will ensure that your child receives the card in time for the holiday. The joy of Christ’s birth is celebrated [...]

Sponsorship Spotlight

08/01/2014, 11:54
Two summers ago I travelled for the first time to Ethiopia with Calvary Church from Los Gatos, California. They had entered into a partnership with HopeChest and local Church/School in the city of Awasa, called Hitata Guenet. While there, we ran a 5-day VBS program, and my fiancé and I led a group of older [...]

2013 Annual Impact Report

06/12/2014, 10:54
We are pleased to inform you that the 2013 Children’s HopeChest Impact Report is available on our website. The report is a sampling of the great work you partnered with us to do this year. Just go here to view the report and see what an impact you helped us make in 2013. 2013 was an amazing year [...]

Over 800 Children Are Still In Danger

05/06/2014, 11:22
Without the protection of a vaccine, over 800 children under our care in Uganda are still at risk of contracting Hepatitis B. Your gifts so far have raised over $27,000 towards our goal! That means you have provided life saving vaccinations to over 500 children. Thank you! In order to vaccinate every child we care for in [...]

Urgent: Help Keep Our Kids Hep B Free!

04/28/2014, 11:54
Our staff and Country Director in Uganda are urgently requesting we protect our children and staff immediately. In surrounding areas, reports are coming in with infection rates at or above 20%! That’s one-in-five people contracting Hepatitis B! Average infection rates are typically closer to 5%. A highly virulent disease that normally destroys the livers of its victims, Hepatitis B has no known cure.

Journey To Hope: Christ, the Hope of the World

04/19/2014, 08:50
Journey To Hope Any good journey worth taking has some markers along the way, doesn’t it? Living here in Colorado and enjoying the ability to hike in the mountains, the importance of markers indicating the trail becomes abundantly clear when you are above the tree line and clambering over a boulder field. Without those cairns of rocks [...]

Journey To Hope: The Example of Humility

04/17/2014, 10:35
Journey To Hope | Week Six The public ministry of Jesus Christ began as a forty-day exodus into the Judean desert where through fasting, prayer, and communing with the Father he overcame the temptations of the Enemy. Few places on this earth are more barren than the lifeless Judean plains where Jesus was led by the [...]

Journey To Hope: Bringing Life from Death

04/09/2014, 09:02
The greatest time to remember how the Lord brings life from death is during this Lenton season. It’s a time to reflect on not only how God has resurrected parts of our own lives, but more importantly how His son conquered death so that whoever believes in Him shall have eternal life. Knowing, experiencing, and believing Jesus’ death & resurrection is the only way our scars will become holy tattoos for His name. How have you seen God’s resurrection power throughout your roadmap of scars? What areas in your life are you trusting God to make your deserts bloom?

Journey To Hope: Giving To Others

04/02/2014, 08:44
Journey To Hope | Week 4 Matthew 25:35-40 “For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, I was naked and you clothed me, I was sick and you visited me, I was in prison and you came to me.’ [...]