Our Global Partners

HOPE worldwide’s community is a global network of individuals and partner organizations dedicated to working together to solve the problems of poverty. We are united in service to the world’s most vulnerable people based on the conviction that lasting change is possible through innovative programs.

Our partners contribute to our common enterprise in many ways. Our large cadre of highly committed and effective volunteers, for instance, enables us to act quickly to provide disaster relief following natural catastrophes. They often mobilize on short notice for service in remote parts of the world. Our work also would not be possible without other invaluable resources - including expertise, funding, and product donations contributed by our partners.

HOPE worldwide is proud of its history of collaboration. Our valued relationship with the International Churches of Christ dates from our founding by the church in 1991. Our network has expanded greatly over time, and we continue to actively seek partnerships to expand our services to the needy.

Following are some of the organizations that partner with us to make a difference in communities around the world.

Corporations 

Eli Lilly and Company
Freddie Mac
Wal-Mart

Faith-Based Organizations

Habitat for Humanity
International Churches of Christ
Salvation Army

Governmental Agencies

Hong Kong Housing Department
Philippines Dept. of Social Welfare and Development
UK Department for International Development


International Nonprofit Organizations

International Diabetes Foundation
Rotarians for Fighting AIDS
United Way International

U.S. Governmental Agencies

Corporation for National & Community Service
US Agency for International Development
U. S. Department of Education


Educational Institutions

Brown University
Emory University
Institute of Tropical Medicine,    Belgium


Foundations

Citigroup Foundation
The Coca-Cola Africa Foundation


In-Kind Organizations

AmeriCares
Direct Relief International
Heart to Heart International




International Organizations

Asian Development Bank
The Global Fund for Fighting AIDS, TB & Malaria
United Nations


U.S. Nonprofit Organizations

American Red Cross
Youth Service America