Girls raised at House of Hope helping most vulnerable in South Sudan
When three girls (pictured above) arrived at the House of Hope, staff described them as “tiny little girls with a lost look in their eyes.”
Now, they have finished secondary school and their senior exams and have joined the staff as teaching assistants for the new Hope and Future Children Center, a school and care center for some of the most vulnerable children in South Sudan.
For much of their lives, staff at House of Hope poured into the girls and cared for them at the girls' home, which is part of OneWay's Streams of Living Water ministry.
Thanks to faithful partners who have supported them, the girls have the opportunity to pour into other children in their community. Because of their own experiences as vulnerable children themselves, they are able in turn to show much compassion and mercy to these children.
“We don’t have a committed fund to survive day to day," House of Hope staff said. You could help change that.
This Giving Tuesday, we are seeking to raise the funds to care for four girls for an entire year. For $230 a month, you can give one of these 46 daughters hope and a future.
One of the students needed to take a malaria dose at 8 p.m., and House of Hope staff wanted to send the student home in the afternoon with the dose to take in the evening. He told them, “Please, you can’t send the medicine home with me, my mother will sell my medicine and buy alcohol.” One of the girls kept the dose and traveled after dark across town to find the boy where he lives in the cemetery and give him the dose herself.
Stories like this are the fruit of many people, including you!
Would you prayerfully consider helping provide the $230 monthly cost for a girl to live at House of Hope? Your investment between now and Giving Tuesday will make a strategic impact in giving hope to a girl rescued from the streets in South Sudan.
Will you help us reach our goal of raising $200,000 between now and Giving Tuesday to activate key initiatives for 2024?