Village of Hope
Providing faith, family, and future through holistic orphan care to children living with special needs, primarily adolescent mothers and their children and those living with HIV/AIDS.
Aldea de la Esperanza (Village of Hope) seeks to minister by providing love and wisdom, for brokenness to be made new. Our prayer is that the hurting would come in and find hope in faith, family, and a future. Village of Hope is caring for special needs orphans in San Lucas, Guatemala by teaching them about the love of Jesus Christ. VOH is also partnered with Manna Worldwide to provide a feeding care center to the children in the San Lucas Community. In addition, we are committed to community outreach.
The vision for Village of Hope was born out the knowledge that God has a heart for the least of these. Scripture reveals a God who is passionate about the sick, the widow, the orphan, the alien, and the poor.
"You must be compassionate, just as your Father is compassionate" (Luke 6:36)
The purpose of Village of Hope is to provide family, faith and a future to the least of these. We are doing this by providing holistic orphan care to special needs orphans, primarily focused on those living with HIV/AIDS in a family style setting. Each family style unit will consist of house parents as well as 6-8 children in the home. Our hope is to create a family unit as God intended- a family to provide life- long support as well as teach the children to have life values. The goal is to avoid institutional living and prevent children from being thrown out on the streets when they are 18. Because adoptions are closed in Guatemala there is little hope of the children ever begin adopted into families of their own.
One part of our vision is to develop relationships in the Guatemalan Evangelical churches, to come along side of them, educating them on God’s heart for the orphan, as well as open their eyes to the gift of adorned.
All funds donated on a monthly basis go to supporting the Village of Hope for nutritional supplements for their community as well as items or supplies that have been requested by VOH from our mission team members or FTLOM.