At Hearts That Hope we desire to create a loving environment in which vulnerable children can thrive, while recognising and encouraging their individual interests and talents.
We’ve seen many children growing up with limitations because their childhoods were deprived. We want to raise children to become adults who uplift this country and make it a better place for the glory of God.
Raising Children With Hope
In our area of South Africa thousands of the children who should be in foster care are living in unfit housing or are forced to live on the streets. Ideally, they need to be placed in secure, loving homes where they have the opportunity to flourish.
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You too can make a difference if you Sponsor a Child, Sponsor an Education, or Donate. If you make a difference, we will keep you updated via newsletters about the children and Hearts That Hope, and the children in our homes.
It has been another busy month here at Hearts that Hope! All we can say is that God is Good! We have never done as much baking, crafting, reading, lego building, car-washing, and hanging out as we have in the past few months! We definitely feel more like a family now than we ever have
We made it through another month of lockdown so we thought we would have some fun and do a Q&A session with some of our children. Cale How many days have we been on lockdown? 42 days What words would you use to describe lockdown so far? Love it!!! No School What do you miss most? I miss
We have officially been in lockdown now for 5 weeks and I have to say that I almost can’t believe we have made it. The children have for the most part adapted really well to their new reality. That’s not to say that we haven’t had our moments of boredom and frustration. But again, I
We are living in scary and uncertain times. Despite all the feelings of fear we have a deep-seated faith that God is still in control. We wanted to take this opportunity to write all that we are grateful for during the current pandemic. Having to homeschool 15 children all on different academic levels is a
One of my highlights for the past year has been getting involved in basketball again for the first time in 15 years. I decided to approach Northwood High School in Durban to see if they wanted help with their basketball program which had been neglected up until then. Since hiring me and 1 other coach
What a start to 2020! We have had huge schooling changes for most of our HTH children to start off the year. In our opinion some of the schools our kids were attending were not the best fit for them individually. After many discussions we decided to look for new schools and took our time
Christmas time is our favourite time of the year here at Hearts that Hope. It’s such a fun time of celebration and joy with year end parties and Christmas concerts. Our kids are easily swept up in the joy of the season and singing and dancing become second nature in our homes. The kids all
One of the hardest things to balance in running an orphanage and being a foster parent is learning how to deal with blood family. Naturally children want to know where they come from and why they don’t have their mom and dad or grandparents around like others in the schools and social settings they are a
After living and working in 3rd world countries for over 15 years now, I have come to see that the most valuable tool for change in a country is education. I feel so blessed by the education I got in the USA, at a free government school, that I want to be part of change here in SA in any