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Springs of Hope Foundation

Org #24933
Vetted since 2014 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2010
year founded
$240,238
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Our mission at Springs of Hope Foundation, Kenya is to empower marginally educated young women from very poor backgrounds by teaching them a trade. Our students live at our Nakuru vocational training school for one year. During their time with us, the predominantly learn to become a tailor, along with basic computer operation, business management, and healthy lifestyle practices.

Projects (3)

Educate HIV Orphans in Kenya
Kenya / Education
Educate HIV Orphans in Kenya
Project Leaders
Jennifer Hughes
Jennifer Hughes
Organization Information
PO Box 204
Big Bay, MI 49808
United States
906 250-0592
Organization Information
PO Box 204
Big Bay, MI 49808
United States
906 250-0592

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Our newest project is off to a great start

By Jennifer Hughes-Bystrom | Founder/CEO

Hi,I’m writing to share two good news stories.First, we have started a weekend girls' club at Kijiji Mission for teenage girls within our surrounding community. A few of the girls that we... Read the full report ›

We love reaching out and supporting our surrounding community

By Jennifer Hughes | Founder/CEO

Menstrual Hygiene Day(MH Day) is a global campaign celebrated on May 28th each year. It unites nonprofits, governments, individuals, businesses, and the media to promote good menstrual health and... Read the full report ›

Our newest project. Our community outreach program keeping kids off the streets and in school..

By Jennifer Hughes | Founder/CEO

Most of us had the luxury of early education, right? Yes, I do mean luxury. According to recent data from UNESCO, 250 million children worldwide are currently out of school1. This... Read the full report ›
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