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Hope's Story


Cerebral palsy

Meet Hope

Hope’s bright smile lights up every room she’s in. She is full of spunk! Hope loves to be sung to and tickled, and we love the gift of caring for her.


Recent Updates

Hope returned to her guardian orphanage, so we ask that you join us in praying for her transition. Hope’s smile is full of sunshine and joy, and just as her name suggests, her life is marked by hope. We’re so grateful to have been able to love and care for Hope.

Hope celebrated Easter by spending time with her friends, eating chocolates, and playing with stickers! As we celebrated all that Easter means, we were reminded of all the hope that lives within our Care Centers. We’re so grateful to be able to care for Hope and her friends.

Hope squealed when we asked if she wanted to paint with us! She giggled and laughed the whole time she held the paintbrush, and her work was beautiful! We love getting to do creative projects with her.

We passed out candy canes as we sang Christmas carols to each of the rooms at Maria’s this Christmas, and Hope absolutely loved eating them. She also had fun squishing her finger into her homemade ornament! We see so much joy in her smile, and it made our Christmas season even brighter.

Hope was the cutest Minnie Mouse at our Fall Festival! She looked adorable all dressed up, and she wore the biggest smile as she paraded through all the different booths. She especially liked getting her face painted with a big, red heart!

We recently celebrated Hope turning 9 years old, and we were so excited to be able to celebrate her! Hope radiates happiness and light, and her bright smile is full of joy. Happy birthday, sweet Hope. We love you!

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