Partnering with Kore Great Hope Charities

Partnering with Kore Great Hope Charities
Partnering with Kore Great Hope Charities in Korah - Children's Shelter (blue fence) & church is directly across the road.

Tuesday, December 29, 2015



Would you like to help bring dignity, education, community and hope into someone’s life? Here is an opportunity for you to “Stand with Korah” through becoming a sponsor to one of these families or children who are currently awaiting sponsorship. To learn more about the ways you can come alongside one of these families or children, please contact Jacqueline Strating at


We currently have two families waiting to be sponsored. Each of these are young single mothers with two children. In both cases when we first met them, extreme poverty had forced these mothers to sleep out on the street with their children when they had nowhere else to stay. In the face of daily hardship, these young mothers worked tirelessly to provide their children with just 1-2 meals per day. For one of these mothers who has never had


Hope for Korah 
Invites you to join us and Stand with Korah

Each person in Korah has a story – most are of survival and perseverance in the midst of crushing and heartbreaking circumstances. Korah is also full of beautiful people; each one is important and has hidden within themselves the potential to change their world. Their issues are complex and the pain of poverty is far reaching. What they need is.....HOPE. What does Hope look like? I’d like you to meet Wahle. The photos above and below will give you a brief glimpse of her story; one life out of the many who have been transformed and changed through those who have Stood with Korah.

This past year Hope for Korah (HFK) saw many positive changes; we were able to feed more children at the Berta Breakfast compound, and were able to enrich the lives of youth with girls and boys soccer, small group bible studies, mentoring, and a new youth activity center. We added a youth social worker to help inspire our kids to work hard at school and after-school tutoring. We provided our women with Income Generation opportunities, Self-Help Groups, literacy education and weekly savings. We opened the HFK First Aid Clinic and the Vulnerable People’s Compound, home to families and orphans with significant disabilities. And we upgraded the Elders Home for Lepers. These changes brought hope to an urban slum and this happened because of the generous support, prayers and hard work of many. For those of you who joined us this past year – thank you!

For 2016, our plan is to expand our Berta and Youth Programs while keeping modest growth in other areas so that we can focus our efforts on helping families transition out of sponsorship and into independence. We hope those whom we have assessed and identified as being ready, will be able to take some big steps this next year! To do this we will need to