When my father Carlos Vargas started Hope of Life 30 years ago, he had one mission in mind: to save lives. One of the greatest ways Hope of Life has been able to carry out this mission is through our Sponsorship program. Thousands of children and individuals have been sponsored throughout the years, because of generous people just like you
There is nothing like the joy being a child on Christmas morning. […]
It feels as if Christmas was only a few weeks ago. It is such a special time of the year, but for many in Guatemala it’s not a celebration—its’ just another day without hope.
Fortunately, through Christmas Hope Bag, you can share the joy of Christmas with a child who otherwise may not receive a single […]
Below is a story written by one of our sponsors, Loretta Yeager, about how sponsorship has impacted her life.
Most people who have been on mission trips will tell you it changed their lives. My husband and I are no different. We belong to Connection Church in Canton Michigan which made the […]
Below is our December Sponsorship Newsletter. One of the benefits of sponsoring a child is our monthly newsletter used to updated and inform you on sponsorships.
As sponsors during this Christmas season, you have the opportunity to go beyond a $30 monthly gift by spending time in prayer for your sponsored child. Whether you do […]
Below is our November Sponsorship Newsletter. One of the benefits of sponsoring a child is our monthly newsletter used to updated and inform you on sponsorships.
As we approach the holidays with the crisp fall weather, decorations, and families coming together to enjoy each other’s company- we have been searching for ways to remember […]
Yes, it is true. Sponsoring a child is a financial commitment.
But that’s only a small portion of this story.
Let us explain.
There’s more to the story than a $30 a month transaction, or a child moving from point A to B on the poverty spectrum. We, […]
Sponsorship is a valuable part of the ministry at Hope of Life, with thousands in our program children, families, and entire communities are seeing transformation.
Cyclical, a term that often carries a negative connotation is a very present concept in the villages of Guatemala. The hardship of poverty and the cycle that it births is so embedded within the framework of how these communities function, it is hard to even locate the roots of this desperate issue.