volunteers engage with different programs at Hope for Community Development and support the organization with over 100 hours annually.
participants between the ages of 10 and 29 participate in programming annually
participants have been supported with employment and resources to access post-secondary and continuing education pathways
At Hope for Community Development, we also provide food and school supplies to orphanage children from poor neighborhoods in urban and rural communities in Kitchener and Africa. Since founded in 2018, Hope for Community Development has turned its membership dues into life-changing programs in Canada and Africa. We use education, training programs, and the development of social skills to empower newcomer, refugee, and marginalized children, youth, adults, seniors, and families in Canada and Africa. Through the power of learning and volunteering, we are helping many children and youth, recognize their abilities and fulfill their dreams. Our mission focus on three measured areas of impact in supporting marginalized children, youth, and families: access to quality educational support, development of social and leadership skills, and involvement in building peaceful and energetic communities.
For 2023/2024, we are seeking to raise $ 2 million dollars in donations for the following cause
Build a facility for visually impaired children and families in Liberia, West Africa that includes a school, clinic, recreation centre, library etc.
Create educational pathways for at least 150 newcomer and marginalized youth to successfully pursue post-secondary education.
Empower 100 newcomer and marginalized parents to participate in and support their children’s education through information literacy.
Expand programming space to absorb a waiting list of newcomer and marginalized youth into our academic mentoring programs.
Provide access to supervised sports and recreation opportunities for at least 80 newcomer and marginalized youth.
Support education in Liberia, West Africa