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The Hope For Poor Children Foundation  Contact Page

The Hope For Poor Children Foundation currently supports

(in alphabetical order):

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The Aquaya Institute designs, develops and deploys programs for delivering clean drinking water in the developing world.

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Catholic Medical Mission Board works collaboratively to provide quality healthcare services to people in need around the world.

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Children's Aid Society
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Children's Aid Society in New York City, is one of the oldest and largest social services in the United States, serving poor children and their families.

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Children's Aid Society
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The Fistula Foundation helps young mothers who become injured during obstructed labor, causing incontinence and leading to ostracism, shame and depression.

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The Grameen Foundation helps poor people in developing world with microloans, a highly successful business model pioneered by founding member Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus.

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Helen Keller International works in 22 countries around the world to combat the causes and consequences of avoidable blindness and malnutrition, with simple, proven programs.

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Mt. Sinai Hospital Adolescent Health Center serves disadvantaged young people in New York City with comprehensive health care, which is confidential, and free of charge.

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Orbis International prevents and treats blindness by providing the tools and training and technology to local partners to help them develop workable and sustainable solutions to the tragedy of avoidable blindness.

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Partners in Health, Dr. Paul Farmer co-founded in Partners in Health 25 years ago to work among the poor in Haiti, inspired by a commitment to provide the best possible medical care in places that had none.

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Village Healthworks has built a modern clinic in Burundi with the help of the local people, to provide comprehensive healthcare in a desperately poor region.

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WaterAid helps the world's poorest people gain access to safe drinking water, and to sanitation facilities to protect and enhance their health.

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In addition to these charities, The Hope For Poor Children Foundation invests in a small number of additional organizations and programs.

Kingsway School (www.kingswayschools.com) is a school in Uganda. The Hope For Poor Children Foundation is underwriting the education of four girls who are refugees from the violence in Darfur.

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