A Heart of Gratitude for Teachers- By Lynsey Waddle

A Heart of Gratitude for Teachers- By Lynsey Waddle

National Teacher’s Appreciation Day comes around every May and is an opportunity to show our children’s teachers how much we appreciate them. We may send them flowers or a special note of thanks but can gifts or words ever really express our gratitude for what they have done for our children?

Thank You for Giving Hope

Thank You for Giving Hope

Dear friends, We have not communicated for a while about our efforts to assist the earthquake victims in SW Haiti.  Since returning from Haiti, we have continued to work with our partners on the ground there to help families get back on their feet after this horrific...
My Heart Is Forever Changed

My Heart Is Forever Changed

Dear friends, Below is a blog that was written on September 16, 2021, by Give Hope Co-founder, Angela Quinn. “Today marks 14 days since I returned from Haiti. In those 14 days, I still haven’t been able to talk about it. To anyone. I have tried to process...
Haiti Relief Update and the Give Hope Gala

Haiti Relief Update and the Give Hope Gala

Dear friends, We are excited to provide an update on the effort to secure a box van truck with tents, tarps, and generators all to go to Haiti for earthquake relief: We found and purchased a beautiful Freightliner with a 26′ box van and a hydraulic tailgate on...
Our Haiti Relief Team

Our Haiti Relief Team

Dear friends, Our Give Hope team has returned to the states after a week in SW Haiti.  As you would expect, the time spent there took us on an emotional roller coaster, and re-entry is tougher this time than ever before.  I was blessed to have great teammates...
Haiti Earthquake Update: Our Weekend Wake-Up Call

Haiti Earthquake Update: Our Weekend Wake-Up Call

Dear friends, It is mid-day on Monday, August 30th, in SW Haiti.  To say it is hot here would be no small understatement.  Of course, it is always hot here in August, so no complaint.  I wanted to share a few thoughts with you from the last couple of days. First, in...