Hope and Healing International works in 16 countries. We have 25 projects and provide empowering, ability-restoring, life-changing services to 36 million people with disabilities each year.
Make a donation in someone’s name
A tribute or memorial gift is a thoughtful way to honour a loved one. A donation in someone’s name is meaningful for any occasion… a birthday, wedding, anniversary or in lieu of flowers for a bereavement gift.
Your in honour and memorial gifts will provide life-transforming medical care for someone living in poverty with disability.
To commemorate your gift you have the option of choosing from a variety of e-cards to send.
GIVE JOY Gift Catalogue
Browse our gift catalogue and give hope and healing to people trapped in poverty by disability. Choose extraordinary gifts that will make a difference in someone’s life.
Give the miracle of sight
It only takes $39 to save the sight of a loving caregiver like Cotrida.
You can save a child’s life
You can provide essential donated medical goods and change lives like Mericano's.
Lives forever changed because of you
End the pain of trachoma
You can save the sight of 8 times as many moms like Kesni and their kids.
21 Outreach Clinics
Jairus desperately needed healing for his twisted spine.
Help a mom save her family
Your gift can help moms living with disability change their children’s lives
Cyclones Hit Southern Africa
As in any crisis, children and families with a disability are the most vulnerable.
Give an Easter miracle today
Share God’s miraculous love with a child or caregiver living in darkness
Ship Miracle-Making Equipment
Send 34X the value of medical equipment to people living in poverty with disabilities.
Stories of Transformation
A new name stood as an ongoing reminder of God’s power to create new hope and new life.
Eliminate River Blindness
Every dollar you donate today multiplies to provide 7X the sight-saving medicine.
It’s Time to ERADICATE TRACHOMA
Act now to save generations of Ethiopians from going blind.
She needs help to go back to school
Children living with disabilities deserve an education – you can make it happen.