With your support, the HOPE network provides discipleship, biblically based training, savings services, and small loans that unlock potential.
With you support, the HOPE network provides discipleship, biblically based training, savings services, and small loans that unlock potential.
HOPE is committed to wise stewardship of every donation we receive. Our commitment to stewardship and our success in this area have been demonstrated in our Charity Navigator ratings, our Excellence in Giving Transparency certification, and our Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) membership.
In 2016, HOPE used 81.8 cents of every dollar to directly serve clients through microfinance and savings programs around the world.
Donations via check or money order may be sent to:
227 Granite Run Drive, Suite 250
Lancaster, PA 17601
Please make donations payable to "HOPE International" and indicate any special designations on the memo line of your check.
Yes. HOPE International is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All gifts to HOPE International are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
You can donate online by going to HOPE’s secure donations page, or you can send a check made payable to HOPE International to 227 Granite Run Drive, Suite 250, Lancaster, PA 17601. Online donation options include credit card and Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). EFT provides a convenient way for donors to make a monthly donation to HOPE, withdrawing funds from a bank account of your choosing on the same day each month. Click here to donate online now.
HOPE also accepts gifts in-kind. Contact the finance department by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
HOPE International makes sound stewardship a priority. We have received Charity Navigator’s top four-star rating 11 years in a row—something only 1 percent of U.S. nonprofits achieve—and are a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. To best steward HOPE’s resources, it is our board-approved policy to reserve the right to allocate 10 percent of all designated gifts toward administrative expenses.
HOPE spends less than 20 percent of its funds on general and administrative expenses and fundraising. HOPE is a member of the prestigious Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) and has been consistently recognized by Charity Navigator as an excellent steward of donor resources. Having received Charity Navigator’s top four-star rating 11 years in a row, HOPE is in the top 1 percent of nonprofits nationwide in terms of resource management.
The main sources of HOPE’s funding are individuals, churches, private or family foundations, and the Homes for Hope program. HOPE does not solicit government funding. See our Form 990 for details.