An Evening of HOPE - San Francisco, California
HOPE International Development Agency



Purchase Your Table or Tickets
Saturday Evening
June 3, 2017



The Parc 55 San Fransico
Cyril Magnin Ballroom
55 Cyril Magnin Street
San Fransisco, CA



6:30pm Start

 

Have Dinner With Us and Help Change the World

In 2017, HOPE International Development Agency continues to tackle the water crisis around the world. Families and their communities are suffering because they do not have clean water to drink.

In Ethiopia, for example, far too many people are forced to drink water gathered from filthy ponds, stagnant streams, and contaminated hand-dug pits.

In Ethiopia, as in other counties like Cambodia and The Philippines, HOPE has helped dozens of communities install water systems, but there is still much work to be done.

Have dinner with us and help thousands of Ethiopians drink their first cup of clean water.

Join us for a wonderful meal, the company of friends, a silent auction, a short feature film, some friendly competition through GameForHOPE from our friends at Pandoo Nation, and an important opportunity to transform lives through your giving.

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More than 21 million lives changed since 1975

In 2015, donors expressed their confidence in our efforts by helping more than 760,000 of the world's poorest people grow more food, drink clean water, raise animals for milk, meat, and farming, start small businesses, protect their environment, be healthier, and continue to learn new skills as both children and adults.





HOPE around the world in 2015




AMERICAS
A) Dominican Republic
  • Community reforestation and irrigation
  • Improving access to clean drinking water in rural communities
  • Women-run greenhouses
  • Support for community-run sawmill
  • Essential medicines and medical supplies for rural clinics

B) Guatemala
  • Gravity-fed spring capped systems for clean water
  • Food security through community grain banks and other agricultural training and support

C) Haiti
  • Educational support for school children and young adults
  • Seeds, training, and irrigation infrastructure for farmers’ cooperatives
  • Reforestation and community-run tree nurseries
  • Medical supplies for hospitals and rural medical clinics

D) Honduras
  • Community pharmacies and medicines for rural clinics and hospitals
  • Pigs and chickens for indigenous rural families

E) Peru
  • Education and strengthening support systems for at-risk children and youth
  • Apiculture training for income generation

SOUTH EAST ASIA
F) Cambodia
  • Clean water wells, latrines, and health education
  • Women’s self-help groups and small loans to support rural business
  • Cow and water buffalo banks
  • Dry season rice and seed production farms for a reliable food supply
  • Rural primary school construction
  • Village health funds and medical supplies for rural health facilities

G) Myanmar
  • Catalyzing growth and quality of community school networks
  • Helping people discover and strengthen skills to promote peace and transform themselves and their communities
  • Relief and support for displaced families and at-risk children in Kachin and Northern Shan*
  • Sanitation infrastructure and livelihood rehabilitation for families affected by cyclone Komen

H) Philippines
  • Rural primary and secondary education for indigenous students
  • Indigenous Peoples college education
  • Spring capping for clean water supply
  • Sustainable agriculture for rural communities
  • Livelihood support for typhoon Haiyan survivors*
  • Promoting cultural exchange in elementary school classrooms

SOUTH ASIA
I) Afghanistan
  • Village agriculture support through seed banks and tree nurseries
  • Strengthening community groups to manage local infrastructure
  • Health and hygiene campaigns in rural areas

J) Bangladesh
  • Integrated health, livelihood, and educational support for rural women
  • Mother, child, and community health promotion and clinic support*
  • Livelihood support, training, and housing for ultra-poor families

K) India
  • Housing, training, loans, and community support for women through self-help groups
  • Access to drinking water through biosand filters and community ponds

L) Nepal
  • Food relief and housing reconstruction for earthquake survivors

M) Pakistan
  • Essential medicines and supplies for clinics and hospitals
  • Rehabilitation of flood-affected farmland and livestock
  • Food relief for flood-affected families
  • Support for rural livelihoods through community farmers’ associations

N) Sri Lanka
  • Peace promotion and vocational training for youth
  • Dairy farming and small business microloans for people with disabilities
  • Integrated agriculture for income generation (bees, dairy, fruit trees)


AFRICA
O) Burundi
  • Water supply through spring capping for rural communities

P) Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Revolving seed funds and loans for increased food production

Q) Ethiopia
  • Support for HIV/AIDS orphans; HIV/AIDS prevention
  • Community water and sanitation in Bonke and Arba Minch Zuriya
  • Skills training and microcredit for women’s groups

R) Kenya
  • Cows, chickens, and home gardens for orphaned children

S) South Africa
  • Food and agriculture support for families affected by HIV/AIDS

T) South Sudan
  • Boreholes and capacity building for clean water supply
  • Education for children in remote rural villages
  • Health and hygiene campaign in rural villages
* Program/project/activity undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada and International Humanitarian Assistance.