Chilliwack, Canada

Voice of Hope

Voice of Hope
“Since its beginnings in 2013 Voice of Hope seeks to improve the quality of life for impoverished widows and orphans in Kenya with our  focus on creating lasting relationships.  We seek to encourage our widowed ladies spiritually, physically and emotionally with the Word of God and facilitating opportunities for them to have better everyday lives.”

They strive to be the feet that show Christlike love and compassion to the needy widows and orphans and sharing a cup of water to the least of these; to be a voice of hope; to answer the cries of the hungry and helpless. To build relationships with their women, to encourage them in the Lord.

The Voice of Hope started their partnership in Kenya in 2013 and has send their teams to the local communities ever since. Voice of Hope currently has two groups engaged with one based in Chilliwack, BC and the other in St. Thomas, ON, and plans for further expansion!

Partner Update

Teams sent

Nov 18, 2018

Project Name 1

CaimanMirebalais, Haiti

In November, a team of 14 including HFL leader Jason Krul traveled to Haiti to work alongside United Christians International in Pignon, and FONSOPED in Mirebalais. The team assisted in completing the construction of bridge near the school in Mirebalais, construction of a teacher's housing facility at UCI, conducted home visits in the community, participated in feeding programs, and more!

I have seen firsthand God at work—the Holy Spirit is very much in Haiti within the people.
Hungry For Life - Non Profit Charity - Chilliwack, BC - Career - Hungry For Life (HFL) is a non-profit based out of Chilliwack BC, Canada that works alongside churches, community groups & businesses to reach out to global communities in need, help transform lives, fight extreme poverty, and end needless suffering. Moving People Towards Life.
Jan 11, 2022

Voice of Hope

Kakamega, Kenya

Follow the teams blog as they share stories, photos and videos along the way at:

https://voiceofhopekenya.blogspot.com

Oct 16, 2019

Voice of Hope

Kakamega, Nairobi, Kenya

In October, Voice of Hope headed back to Kakamega and Nairobi, Kenya to continue their partnership with field partner Everlyne Imbenzi.  A team of 7 women, led by Mary Anne Westeringh and HFL leader Lauri Alward, were involved in women's health and safety teaching, widow care, nutrition and sanitation teaching, as well as visited Shiphra home.

Oct 15, 2018

Kakamega, Nairobi, Kenya

In October, Voice of Hope headed back to Kakamega, Kenya to continue their partnership with Everlyne and Martha.  A team of 8 women, led by HFL leaders Lauri and Sue, were involved in women's health and safety teaching, widow care, agricultural and money management training, among other activities.

"I really saw the need to depend and rely on God in all circumstances."  
Oct 12, 2017

Kakamega, Kenya

Voice of Hope headed back to Kakamega, Kenya to continue their partnership with Everlyne and Beatrice. Women's health and safety teaching, widow care and time at Arise and Shine Early Childhood Development Centre are some of the main activities they focused on during this trip.

“I am now more aware of the Kenyan poverty and more aware of our comforts at home.”  
Oct 12, 2016

Kakamega, Kenya

Voice of Hope headed back to Kakamega, Kenya to continue their partnership with Edwin, Everlyne and Beatrice. Sexual health and safety teaching, widow care and time at Arise and Shine Early Childhood Development Centre were some of the main activities they focued on during this trip.

Oct 14, 2015

Kakamega, Kenya

The Chilliwack ladies group is at it again! This group, now called Voice of Hope, traveled to Kenya in the fall of 2015, focusing their work on widows and orphans. The group visited our friend Beatrice at the Arise and Shine School, along with the same widows who they had built relationships with last year.

The projects they were involved with included sending money for a new latrine for Beatrice and sending candidates out for bio-intensive agricultural training. The successful candidates will come home to Kakamega to teach local widows the benefits and skills of farming to hopefully gain them a cow, provided by a program called Send-A-Cow.

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