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About ONE HEART FOR HOPEFoundation
One Heart for Hope is a recognized U.S. charity, registered under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and was incorporated in October 2008 as a non-profit public benefit corporation in the State of California. Our goal is to not only provide impoverished children the basic necessities of life such as clothing and shelter, but to restore their sense of self-worth, reveal their capacity to believe, and to realize all our children's abilities to transform their hopes into reality.
The Foundation has served over 23,000 street, underprivileged and special-needs children and families through education; feeding programs; medical, dental and vision missions; deworming and health awareness programs since its inception. Through the generosity and help of our donors and volunteers have we been able to take the first steps in carrying out our mission. One Heart for Hope is operated by dedicated team of volunteers who coordinate all activities from the United States and has over 90 volunteers in the Philippines fulfillling its mission - TO GIVE BACK. Thank you all for your continued support and for sharing our story to many.
a humble beginning
another chance to give
another life to change ...
one GOAL, one PASSION, one MISSION
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With your donation to
“Give Light, Improve Life” campaign, solar lights will be provided to our students and to homes of indigenous families living in remote areas that do not have electricity for more effective and environmentally friendly lighting system. A recent report from the World Bank also showed positive effects of solar lighting on education and learning in many inhabitant villages around the world.
In collaboration with d.light design, an international consumer products company based in the USA and AsiaConnect,Inc., a full service sales and marketing solutions company in the Philippines creating bridges for great ideas.
Over 15 million Filipinos still have no access to electricity, according to a recent study by the World Bank and the Australian Agency for International Development. Students are still relying on kerosene lanterns or candles to study at night. Families spend as much as 30% of their income on kerosene which are unsafe, uneconomical, and pose serious threats to health especially to women and children due to indoor air pollution.
One Heart for Hopes Solar Lights Recipients from remote islands in the Philippines
ON BEHALF OF THE CHILDREN AND ALL OUR SCHOLARS - THANK YOU FOR GIVING THE HOPE AND A CHANCE TO SUCCEED IN LIFE...