For the past 20 years, Hannah’s Hope homes have served 4,021 orphans in six countries on four continents. The loving care that orphans received at Hannah’s Hope often meant the difference between life and death. The Hannah’s Hope difference is often best expressed by adoptive parents:
BRIAN LIVERMAN Adoptive Father
We are very thankful for the care that our son, Stone Chera, received at Hannah’s Hope in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He came into the home with literally hours to live, weighing less than 15 pounds at 18 months of age. The special mothers and nursing staff brought life back to him. Today he is a very robust (and very large) and lively 4 year old. He would not be in our family without the lifesaving care that he received at Hannah’s Hope.
MARYANN SKEDZIELEWSKI Adoptive Mother
At my first visit to Hannah’s Hope, September 2000, Janine had just turned 1. All of my apprehensions of an orphanage vanished as soon as I entered the cheery environment. The brightly colored walls and the loving nurses eased my apprehensions. I am thankful for the beautiful beginnings at Hannah’s Hope and it is comforting to know that she was safe and nurtured. This past May marked 13 years since she arrived home from Bulgaria. Today she is a normal teenager enjoying life. I can’t thank All God’s Children enough for making our family complete.
You can help other orphans receive the loving care that every child deserves with a Gift of Hope to support orphan care. Learn how you can make a difference in our Forever Hopeful Giving Guide.