Give a gift where it is needed most so HopeChest can respond quickly to difficult situations, like food insecurity, in the countries we serve.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused vast food shortages and limited access to adequate nutrition in vulnerable communities around the world.
Children’s HopeChest is implementing a two-stage approach:
Immediate food relief kits will supply desperate families with critically needed food and supplies
Training and start-up equipment and seeds for family and community gardens to secure longer term and ongoing agricultural-based solutions to improve local food security
This is what critical nutritional support for 339 families looks like! Due to generous donors, Mt. Elgone CarePoint in Kenya was empowered to react quickly to care for their community.
Brian is one of the high school students at Colegio Israel CarePoint in Guatemala, and he has chosen agronomy (agriculture) to study in school. He is passionate about using this skill to earn income, provide additional nutrition, and support himself and his family in the future.
Promote food security in vulnerable communities
Receive a tax break
The U.S. government has created several recent measures to help generous people like you continue their good work. A provision in the federal coronavirus relief bill incentivizes charitable giving. When you give in 2020, you can receive an above-the-line deduction for up to $300. This provision is great news! Even if you utilize the standard deduction, the CARES Act allows you to receive an additional deduction of up to $300 when you donate to a nonprofit.