We’re a non-profit that improves the quality of life of children in developing countries.
Millions of children suffer from illnesses because they don’t have a pair of shoes, access to clean water or a suitable place to sleep at night.
Be part of the solution by joining Prints of Hope International in a humanitarian project. No experience necessary, just a willing heart to serve.
100% of your donations will be used to help improve the lives of many children around the world. More than a promise, a guarantee.
Children are our passion.
To reach millions of children in need around the world and to implement changes in their communities to improve the quality of life. We work in collaboration with other organizations, and local government entities looking for resources that can break the cycle of poverty and provide the opportunity for each child to reach their full potential and at the same time teach them the love of Christ.
challenges children face in developing countries.
under the age of 5 die each day, mainly from preventable diseases.(source) The absence of clean water, lack of hygiene, not having shoes to wear or clothing to protect them, attributes to this outstanding statistic.
together we can break the cycle.
the result of our impression.
“I had the pleasure of going to my first mission trip with an organization called Prints of Hope. We went to Waslala, Nicaragua and provided medical and dental services and children’s bible school programs to various communities in the area of Waslala. And although at times I experienced discomfort due to long drives, muddy hills, lack of bathrooms, limited food, and bad weather I found that all these things were minor compared to the struggles the people from Waslala faced. Whenever the group was aware of the problems facing the community, the volunteers were more than willing to donate money for the repairing of a roof and building of a school. We went with the intention of being a blessing and instead found ourselves to be blessed. For the remainder of the year I plan to participate in my church’s food and clothe drives.” ~Jessica