Providing daily nutrition, health care, education and love to the children of Mbeya, Tanzania.
Hope for the Future is a charitable organization operating in the City of Mbeya, Tanzania, East Africa.
Every week Hope for the Future provides lunches for an average of 400 children and daily breakfasts for the children who would otherwise go without food through their Inner-City Programs.
Annually, Hope for the Future supports more than 300 primary and secondary students who would not otherwise be able to attend school the opportunity for an education through their School Sponsorship Program.
Hope for the Future continues to reach out and spread the light of God’s kingdom in this area of Tanzania. As our programs grow and expand, God opens the doors to new possibilities and visions. In order to help the children, the stresses on the head of the household (whether a single parent, an aging relative, or both parents) must be identified and alleviated. The needs are many – improved educational opportunities, job training, women’s income generating initiatives, medical and family planning services, child care alternatives and much more.
Hope for the Future is dedicated to:
- identifying the needs of the children who face insurmountable challenges to building a healthy and productive life due to poverty
- implementing supports and programs to address these needs
- advocating for changes that will allow children and families to become more self-sufficient in meeting their needs
Hope for the Future Ministries (HFM) is funded solely by donations from individuals and groups who share our vision and see the needs. As a registered charitable organization, with a volunteer board of directors, the entire donation goes directly to the implementation and operation of all programs. It is registered in Canada as Hope for the Future Ministries, and in Tanzania as Hope for the Future Foundation. Even a small amount goes a long way towards making a big difference in the lives of these children.
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