Helping Hands Orphanage is a Malawian non-profit organization that is committed to providing aid to orphaned children and to the elderly who cannot support themselves. Utilizing various programs, they provide assistance to those in need. Helping Hands Orphanage promotes strong family values and emphasizes the importance of education and faith. They strive to provide food, education and family ethics for Orphans in Malawi in order to provide a brighter and sustainable future.
They currently operate seven centers in the district of Thyolo located in southern region of Malawi. With over 500 registered children and 300 registered elderly they offer assistance though Clinical outreach, Education, Farming, Sports, and Elderly care programs. All of their programs tackle the social and economic issues that are unique to rural Malawi. They work closely with religious and community leaders to help identify those in the most need.
To learn more about Helping Hands Orphanage, visit their site directly at: hhomw.org or visit their Facebook page.
We are a US based group that have fallen in love with the Orphans at HHO and the individuals who those who have dedicated their lives to care for them. We are committed to serving HHO by creating an easy way to financially contribute to HHO. We work Relevant Church in Riverside, CA who is willing to partner with us to provide tax deductions for all giving through this website. When you donate to HHO through us, your financial contributions are exclusively used to support HHO though those donations go through Relevant Church. Our aim is to partner with Churches to make HHO a part of their ministry and then allowing others to support that ministry directly.
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Food & Supplies
Financial contributions are used to provide food, clothes, and school supplies for orphans in over 11 tribes. It cost $15/month to care for an Orphan. Consider making a monthly reoccurring giving to support these children.
HHO is striving to become as self-sufficient. By building chicken cages, rabbit farms, developing farming land, and building wells, HHO seeks to raise money and create food. HHO uses funds to build these projects.