Our mission is simple. Houses with Hope builds homes and sustainable communities in Africa, and provides assistance to victims of humanitarian crises in the U.S. and around the world.
African villagers decide who needs a house the most, and then they donate the land for the home. In one day’s time, volunteer teams from the United States work with the villagers to build a house at a cost of only $400.00.
Houses with Hope also helps provide food, clothing, education, and medical care to orphans in Africa and underprivileged families in the U.S. and around the world. In addition, sustainable development, business opportunities, agriculture and water projects, as well as job and leadership training are ongoing projects of Houses with Hope.
In times of natural disasters, Houses with Hope provides emergency assistance. This includes food, shelter, clothes, and medical aid. Houses with Hope also partners with other non-profit organizations to support these efforts.
Houses with Hope sponsors short-term volunteer mission teams from the United States to Kenya. For more information call +1 (888) 525-5079 or send e mail inquiries to:
Houses with Hope is a 501-C3 non-profit organization in the United States and donations are tax-deductible.
For only $400.00 you can build a home for a widow taking care of orphans in Kenya! To date, over 1,000 Houses With Hope have been built!
We need your help to provide clean water to families and children at Jolly Kids Preschool in Awasi, Kenya!
Ronna Jordan receives Humanitarian of the Year award from The American Red Cross alongside her husband, Andy, who is the Vice President of Houses with Hope.
Houses with Hope sponsors a pre-school and feeding program each weekday at Jolly Kids School in Awasi, Kenya. This program offers free pre-school education and lunch to orphans and children living in abject poverty in this area of Western Kenya. For only $35.00 a month you can sponsor one of these children which provides schooling, uniforms, lunch, and school supplies. Click here to sponsor a child.
Did you know that often it is just as advantageous to you to donate real estate to
Houses with Hope as it is for you to sell your property?