Archive for January, 2016


As most of you know, New Hope Center was founded in 2010 with the vision of providing aged-out orphans with life-skills and a quality education, giving them a chance at a better future and hope.

We have been pursuing this goal through group homes, mentoring, a training center, a drop-in center, and various clubs, camps, and orphanage visits. This past year God has been broadening this vision to include not only orphans, but social orphans, children from single-parent homes or dysfunctional families, children from large families, refugee families, and children who have lost one or both of their parents in the war.

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We would like to share a prayer need with you for one of our girls. Here is her story:

We met Masha at the beginning of September when she left the shelter to study at trade school. Our organization invited her to come live in one of our group homes with our mentors to learn how to someday be independent. While Masha was studying, something happened there and she switched trade schools.

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