Partnering with Hope for the Nations, Be A Hero reaches and saves children in Uganda (Home of Love) Swaziland (New Hope) and Malawi (Hope Village).
Hope for the Nations (HFTN) is a non-profit organization based in Kelowna, B.C., Canada that was founded in 1994, by a group of individuals determined to assist the world’s children-at-risk.
Over the course of the years, HFTN has broadened its scope and sharpened its focus. HFTN is now engaged in community development, poverty reduction and gender equity issues in areas that affect children.
Through a system of coalition and partnerships, HFTN has established projects in twenty nations worldwide. HFTN is continuing to develop its relationships and international networks in order to increase the efficiency of efforts directed towards helping children-at-risk around the world.
Hope for the Nations is about ‘children-at-risk’. Their long-term vision is to see these children transformed by providing the basic necessities of love, healthcare, education, a healthy community and self-sufficiency. They want to make a difference by starting the process of change.
Hope for the Nations’ motto is “Children at Risk Becoming Children of Change”.