From Concrete Blocks to Concrete Change: There's a new story unfolding in Pavas, Costa Rica. Hope Partners International has been working hard to build a new Hope Center to rescue more children from extreme poverty and provide them with the education they need to succeed. The first-floor concrete block walls
Help Us Transform Lives After Devastating Flood The rains came down hard and fast late Wednesday night, March 22, 2023 and on Thursday morning we could not believe our eyes. The storm left a path of destruction in its wake. For many, the flooding was a reminder of just
On February 10th, 2023, the president of Hope Partners, Kirk Nowery, and his wife Violeta crossed the barge on the Danube River from Romania into Ukraine, almost a year after the Russian invasion. It was their 15th trip into the war-torn country. Each week, Hope Partners drives vans filled with cargo for the refugees,
Be the HOPE for Those Affected by the Conflict in Ukraine: Donate to Hope Partners Today The conflict in Ukraine has caused immense suffering for many people. With winter upon us, the situation has become even more difficult as people struggle to stay warm in cold temperatures. Hope Partners is
God accomplished much in the lives of those he has put before Hope Partners, and we want to share what your partnership and support helped accomplished this year. We could not have done this without you. Please share this video with family and friends. Always with Hope, Kirk Nowery President, Hope
HOW WE'RE COPING WITH THE CRISIS An Open Letter from Kirk Nowery Dear Friends and Partners, In these days of worldwide crisis we continue to press forward in ministry at all four of our Hope Centers. All of our Directors report that the work is becoming more challenging with each passing day. Here’s a
A Special Report from Kirk Nowery - On the morning of April 21—Easter Sunday 2019—Islamic terrorists attacked churches and commercial sites in the island nation of Sri Lanka. In a series of coordinated suicide bombings, over 250 people were killed and hundreds more were injured. Churches were bombed in the capital city of Colombo,
Just beyond the gates of the Hope Center in Costa Rica is an environment of violence and danger. This is mainly due to the prevalence of drug addiction. The drug addiction has led to the formation of numerous gangs who mark off territories and inflict violence—often on the family members of rival gang members.