Founded in 2009, Revealing Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization recognized by the National Christian Foundation. Driven by our faith in Christ we seek to partner with those who demonstrate God’s heart for children and their families living in poverty. Our faith-based Christian ministry works with those who want to serve Christ in biblical unity. Everything we do flows from what we believe about God and His intended plan for abundant life, both now and for eternity.
Through the instrument of the church we seek to strengthen communities by changing the future of youth at risk, helping them become the leaders of tomorrow. For every individual or community we serve, it’s our desire that our labor becomes a tool for the advancement of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Who we serve
We serve those who demonstrate Gods heart for impoverished families and youth at risk.
What we do
We support projects and programs that help alleviate poverty for children and their families.
Where we work
Our country of focus is Colombia.
Why we do it
Driven by our faith in Christ we have a passion to see lives changed, communities transformed and God glorified.
How we serve
We serve by providing resources and knowledge through partnerships with churches, organizations and individuals wanting to serve Christ.
While other Latin American and Caribbean nations are fighting against inequality, poverty or violence, Colombia has had to face all three at the same time. The problem in Colombia is extremely complex. Due to the long-running internal conflict, Colombia has the 2nd highest number of IDPs, in the world; between 3.3 and 4.9 million people. The term IDP (internally displaced person) and other jargon “do not come close to doing justice to the truly awful experience of being displaced – disoriented, traumatized, fearful, dis-empowered, and dependent. Consequently, children are the ones that suffer most. That’s why our entire team is made of volunteers surrendered to God and dedicated to making a difference in the lives of disadvantaged children in a country that has over 30% of their population under the age of 14 years old and almost 40% under 18. In fact there are not many places in the world today where children are exposed to the conditions they are faced with in Colombia. Admittedly things are much better than a decade ago, but there is still much more work to be done. Here are just a few of the chilling statistics.