In grateful response to our adoption in Christ, Project Hope exists to consider the heart of God for the fatherless and how He calls the body of Christ to care for them in creative ways.
Together we hope to more deeply understand our adoption in Christ, replicate God’s work of adoption through opening our homes to the fatherless, and step our of our local community to shower God’s compassion on orphans both near and far.
We Love the Fatherless
- Assistance Fund
Click the Assistance Fund tab to learn more about our adoption support fund.
- Project Hope Closet
If you are interested in hosting the Project Hope Closet – a collection of items (such as clothing, toys, and other necessities) that are available to foster and adoptive families – email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A growing collection of literature and video is available for check-out. The titles are a great resource for anyone interested in orphan care. See the List
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- Prayer List
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- Email Updates
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- Project Hope Evaluation Form
PROJECT HOPE EQUIP
Donna is grateful for her adoption in Christ and for the privilege of being a mother to four radiant children from Taiwan and China. God used visits to India to initially deepen her burden for the fatherless. Her passion is to see the Church respond to the orphan crisis with prayer, generosity, and open hearts and homes. She is involved both at Grace and beyond helping to prepare families to welcome foster and adopted children into their families. Her loves include Erik, her kids, discipleship, her church family, reading, biking, lobster, Biola students, boba, and Hume Lake!
PROJECT HOPE SUPPORT
Danielle is thankful that God deeply loves and cares for orphaned and vulnerable children, and is grateful for the ways that Project Hope exemplifies that love and care. She and her husband have 2 sons by way of adoption and have experience with international, older child, special needs adoption; hosting programs; and child sponsorship programs. For 2 years, she served on the board of a Kenyan child sponsorship organization.
How to Donate
PROJECT HOPE ASSISTANCE FUND
The Project Hope Assistance Fund is a way for you to give financial resources to defend the cause of the fatherless. We have partnered with Lifesong for Orphans to administer this fund, and you can give online or write a check to help families at Grace minister to orphans.
You can donate to the Project Hope Assistance Fund by clicking the button below, selecting your campus, and choosing “Project Hope Fund” from the “Choose Designation” dropdown menu. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you would like your donation to meet a specific need or if you have any questions.
You can also give to the Project Hope Assistance Fund by writing a check made out to “Lifesong for Orphans” and then writing “Preference Project Hope Assistance Fund” on the memo line.
Project Hope has seen God do amazing things in our midst. Those of us who serve on the Project Hope leadership team get a unique perspective on the many ways that God is moving in families at Grace and around the world to “rehearse redemption’s story” through adoption and orphan care. We want to share that view with you in order that you will be reminded of your adoption into God’s family, encouraged to reflect God’s rescuing/welcoming love by caring for orphans and look forward to the day when the brokenness of our fallen world will be made right.
The opportunity is wide, with 145 million orphans worldwide (UNICEF 2008), some of them as close as next door. We want to be a community that lives out the true religion that we are called to in caring for orphans and those in need because our Heavenly Father does. In grateful response to our adoption in Christ, Project Hope exists to consider the heart of God for the fatherless and how He calls the body of Christ to care for them in creative ways.
Orphans Adopted since Project Hope began
Given From Our Assistance Fund
Families Fostering and/or Adopting