Breaking the Cycle Of PovertyHopeBuilders International’s aim is to build hope and provide a future for at risk and vulnerable orphans so that they can grow up to be a generation that will change the culture of poverty and greed that they now live in.
Village of Hope
Began construction in January 2009 and includes 14 homes which house up to 8 orphans and a house mother, who in most cases would be a widow.
Home of Hope
Established in 2007, Home of Hope is a community based organization that takes care of children with multiple disabilities housed in a home.
Youth Support Uganda
Began in 2013 to help support youth in Uganda, in the daily challenges that they face such as drug & alcohol abuse and sexual violence.
Jinja Christian SchoolBuilt in late 2012 / early 2013 and opened for the first day of Term 1 on 4th February, 2013. The school provides quality Christian education to children in the Jinja District.
Began in 2011 and seeks to start a revolution – making a difference in the lives of young people in Australia and in third-world countries over a 3 week trip.
Hopebuilders International Begun
Helping those in Need is a Walk in the ParkSign up today to take on the 50km challenge and raise money to ‘Break the Cycle of Poverty’ for orphans and widows in Uganda.
50km Classic: Form a team and walk or run the full 50km course from the start at Jells Park to the finish at the beautiful Ferny Creek Reserve nestled in the Dandenong Ranges
Challenge Walk 24/38km: If 50kms sounds daunting, select a shorter distance more geared to your fitness levels and tackle the 24km or 38km sections of the walk
Family Walk 7.5/15km: Grab the children and walk the ‘pram friendly’ first sections of the walk – do 7.5km to Wantirna Oval or 15kms and finish at Bayswater Park