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HOPE worldwide Canada is a proud partner of HOPE worldwide Ltd. 

The organization begun in 1991 with just three small programs dedicated to bringing hope to vulnerable communities. In Abidjan, Ivory Coast, HOPE worldwide established an HIV/AIDS clinic to meet the critical health needs of a country plagued with disease. A medical clinic in Mexico City, Mexico, provided treatment for children without access to quality healthcare. 

Children were also the focus of educational outreach programs in Bangalore, India. In Collaboration with the International Churches of Christ, HOPE worldwide quickly expanded its reach, building relationships with partner organizations and mobilizing thousands of volunteers.

Today, HOPE worldwide serves more than 1.5 million people annually on every inhabited continent. 

HOPE Volunteer Corps

HOPE worldwide Volunteer Corps' provides opportunities for people of all ages to serve around the world.

They partner with HOPE worldwide programs and local staff to restore communities badly affected by material poverty; we teach children, train teachers, mentor youth, conduct vacation bible schools, rebuild areas that have felt the impact of natural disasters, develop sustainable agriculture programs, offer outreach to refugees, serve those without shelter & seniors, and volunteer in orphanages.

HOPE worldwide volunteer corps' philosophy is one of the mutuality and respectful service. The volunteers go in humility, striving to learn from the communities they serve, and gaining an understanding of other cultures. 

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Community Service Brigades


HOPE worldwide’s long-standing Community Service Brigades (CSB) program provides short-term, high-impact volunteer opportunities for those in the medical, dental, counseling and education fields to use their skills and experience to serve the materially poor.

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