Hopegivers International

Columbus, GA
Founded: 1978
Current Status: Member
Member Since: August 12, 2005
ECFA accredited organization

Financial Data
   Cash Donations $1,443,067
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $205
   Total Revenue $1,443,272
   Total Expenses $1,512,693
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
Total Assets $593,410
Total Liabilities $152,887
Net Assets $440,523

Data for year ended December 31, 2015
Per the organization's financial statements

Contact Information
Hopegivers International
Columbus, GA
Tel: (866) 373-4673
Fax: (706) 323-3845
Website: http://www.hopegivers.org
Top Leader: Dr. Samuel Thomas
Donor Contact: Mrs. Stephanie King

Ministry Description
Hopegivers International is a faith-based, not-for-profit humanitarian mission organization based in Columbus, Georgia. Organized in the United States in 1978, it exists to bring "Help for today and hope for eternity" by rescuing orphaned, abandoned and at-risk children as well as caring for widows, the sick and needy regardless of race, caste or creed. Hopegivers International is a global, Non-Governmental Organization that cares for thousands of at-risk children primarily in India and Haiti.

We are working to provide for the many widows left to die on the streets from starvation and abuse. At Hopegivers, we find that the widows who are physically able want to help wherever they can in our Hope Homes, medical clinics, churches and schools. Help our church partners provide for the needs of widows who have been left alone in the world. Just $80 will help provide for all the needs of a widow for an entire month.

Ministry Sectors
  • Children & Youth
  • Evangelism
  • Place of Worship & Spirituality
  • Social, Civic, Public Policy & Philanthropy
  • Discipleship

  • Ministry Types
  • Orphan Care (primary)
  • Church: Planting
  • Leadership Training
  • Missions: Short Term
  • Bible Training
  • Community Development
  • Missions: Foreign
  • Pastoral Support
  • Child Sponsorship
  • Evangelism