Shining A Light For Those Most In Need
At Light of Hope, we do what we can with what we have, wherever we are. Our Distributors can be assured that every dollar from the sales of Light of Hope products, is given to the projects undertaken by Light of Hope.
No administration fees are taken as Light of Hope is supported by Pro-Ma Systems, an international corporation covering all Light of Hope administration costs.
We provide aid to children of all nationalities without partiality to creed or race. Careful planning, prayer and diligence precedes all of our undertakings and our purpose by providing good food, shelter and medical care. We make sure the children are healthy in a love empowered home.
Our Mission Statement
Light of Hope is committed to helping impoverished children rise above the harshness of famine and despair. We collect financial aid via donations and administer them through our Board of Directors.
Light of Hope is a non-profit organisation registered in Australia. Funding orphanages and homeless communities, Light of Hope delivers food, clothing, shelter and clean water to the needy. Beyond this obvious front line attack, helpless communities are being transformed. All administration costs are born by Pro-Ma Systems (Aust) Pty Ltd so that every dollar raised to this worthy cause is on-forwarded to those with real needs.
Papua New Guinea
Light of Hope is proud to partner with YWAM Medical Ships - Australia (YWAM MSA), a charity that aims to care, connect, serve and build with individuals and communities, specifically in Papua New Guinea. YWAM MSA’s aim is to see major sustainable health improvement in PNG while simultaneously seeing relationships strengthened between Australia and PNG. Light of Hope will provide much-needed funds to support YWAM Medical Ships on their mission to improve the quality of life for the people of Papua New Guinea.
After feeding, sheltering and educating the children of St Peter's Literacy School for many years, we have given the land and school over to a Catholic Organisiation so it will now be totally run by the Catholic Archdiocese. Light of Hope offered them the opportunity to build a better future for themselves and their families and this was achieved and will continue with the guidance of the Catholic Archdiocese.
The food shortage in Africa has been widely publicized and is still a huge problem today. According to statistics, 60% of the world’s chronically hungry people are female; 20% are children under the age of five.
Light of Hope provides basic necessities like this truck full of food to care for children living in poverty. This is one month’s supply to feed and nourish the children living in the Bethlehem Community Center and in MWEA Childrens Home.
If not for Bethlehem Community Centre, 160 children would never know what it's like to have hope for their future. They may never have had the opportunity to be looked after and cared for. We've built the dormitories, provided the classrooms and continue to ensure the children are fed.
This is baby Hope in India, who was abandoned at birth simply because she was a girl.
In many third world countries, gender biases exist because males are the ones called upon to provide income and the ancient practice of paying dowries when females marry still occurs. This means that baby girls are often considered a liability to a family because they will cost them money with no hope of supporting the family.
Light of Hope is dedicated to caring for these abandoned children. Hope is now in a loving environment where she receives shelter, food and everyday care, ensuring a better future.
Without the Light of Hope Home, 70 children and 20 elderly widows would be left to fend for themselves. They wouldn't be sheltered, have medical help or know when they would get their next meal. We provide food, shelter and ensure medical expenses are covered.