------------------------------------------WHO WE ARE------------------------------------------
Hello. Hearts of Hope is a nonprofit ministry that seeks to help widows, orphans, and the poorest of the poor around the world.  We currently work in 8 countries.  This ministry partners with native Christian missionaries in each of the eight countries where we work.   We call our native missionaries our Ministry Partners.  The information on this website details the work we are doing through our ministry partners in each of these countries.

The kind of work we do varies depending on the country and the work that God has called our native Ministry Partners to.   Work might include feeding hungry street children, feeding orphans, buying rice for widows, helping support a Christian school in an impoverished region, building simple concrete homes for poor pastors, or building a medical clinic in a remote, rural area.  Sharing the gospel message of Jesus Christ is an important part of every Ministry Partner’s work.

We seek to raise funds to do this kind of work and would appreciate your thoughtful consideration in partnering with us both prayerfully and financially.  Your gifts to Hearts Of Hope are tax-deductible.  We don’t take anything out of your gift for administrative fees.   We wire the money given to this ministry directly to our Ministry Partners through a Western Union program for non-profit organizations.  Therefore, 100% of your gift (minus a small wiring fee for Western Union for certain countries) goes directly to the field projects.  So, you can rest assured that outside of the wiring expense, all of your money goes directly to the native missionaries for their use in the various projects and ministries.


Our branches 

Carribean:
Hearts of Hope has partnered with J. for over ten years.  J. is a native of the Caribbean and also a pastor.  He began a Christian School over ten years ago.  This school is in a rural, mountainous area where children did not have access to education.  Our work with J. has grown over the years.  Between 2007 and 2015, we partnered together to build a medical clinic out in this rural area.  6000 people in the mountains now have access to medical care.  Our vision and work includes supporting the school by helping feed children and support teachers.  We support a staff person at the medical clinic and seek to help support J. and his family.  Our vision includes building a new school building and helping improve the access to water for the villagers.  The gospel message is at the heart of all we do in this nation.

South East Asia:
Hearts of Hope has four partners in Southeast Asia.  Two women and two men who are all from different nations.  Our work includes monthly feedings for street children, a Safe House for children and young women to live in and receive an education, rescuing victims of trafficking and seeking to help rehabilitate them, a Christian school that educates poor Christian and Muslim children and a church and Bible College.  All of our partners share the good news about Jesus Christ as they minister.

West Africa:
Hearts of Hope works with four partners in West Africa.  The partners come from three different nations.  We have worked with all four for more than 10 years.  Two men are pastors, one is a retired pastor and one is in full time ministry to widows and orphans.  Both men who are pastors have also began Christian Schools and Hearts of Hope seeks to support their work.  One of our current projects is to help fund the building of security fences around the church / school compound.  This is a critical safety issue and a government requirement.  Our West African partners are committed to sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with all whom they minister too.

If you would like more information, you can contact us at deanandmaryewing@gmail.com.  We would be glad to share more with you.


'Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine you did for me.'                                                                                                                  Matthew 25:40