Help Orphans this #GivingTuesday

Over the last month, the world has faced one of the most challenging times in history. There is one thing that has not changed: Orphans need a home. Orphanages are often a vulnerable child’s last line of defense. That’s why Haven of Hope International partners with orphanages around the world to bring stability to their world.

We know these times have been challenging for everyone. COVID-19 has brought stress and anxiety to many, including the homes that depend on monthly support to keep their doors open. Orphanage directors are trying their best to navigate through these unprecedented times. They’re following local government directions to contain and minimize the impact of the virus spreading while keeping children safe.

However, these homes still need support. The reality is that if people don’t continue to support these homes, kids won’t have homes.

Economic pressures have reduced our funding and the UN warns, the world is at risk of widespread famines “of biblical proportions” caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

Haven of Hope International has launched an Emergency Rescue Fund in response to COVID-19 and how it is affecting homes with vulnerable orphaned children. This rescue fund is specifically to respond to the growing need around the world.
Our role is needed more than ever – to be a voice for the voiceless. Through the Emergency Rescue Fund YOU can help us ensure their world remains stable.

#GivingTuesdayNOW, a day of global generosity is on May 5th, 2020! As you consider giving back on this day of radical generosity, we hope you’ll consider helping orphans around the world by giving to our Emergency Rescue Fund. We have launched this fund to specifically meet the urgent requests for homes fighting to keep their doors open.

100% of your donation will be used to provide support for the most critical needs.

Read more: https://havenofhopeintl.org/emergencyrescuefund/

Help now: https://havenofhopeintl.kindful.com/?campaign=1062930

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