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3 Ways to Mobilize the Next Generation to Care for Orphans

Here at Show Hope, we believe that today’s youth is the future of orphan care. Whether it’s engaging a college student through the Red Bus Project or connecting with a high school student at a Movement Club event, Show Hope strives to prepare and equip future generations to care for orphans. Continue reading as we…

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From Unaware, to Aware, To Action

“Last year, my friend Emmy Kate and I were introduced to Show Hope by our lovely dance teacher and Show Hope staff member, Julia Chapman. One day in class she told us that Show Hope was holding a kick-off event for the high school initiative, called “The Movement,” which enabled high school students to spread…

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One Extraordinary Dream

“The truth of the matter is that I’m a regular student. I go to school seven hours a day, five days a week. I have teachers I love and ones who frustrate me. I ace tests when I study and fail tests if I decide to skim the night before. My school days are spent…

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Show Hope’s student initiative grows!

Yesterday I walked into the Show Hope office for my first day as the “Student Initiatives Programs Associate,” and I found my new desk decorated with Show Hope merchandise, a bouquet of flowers and a gift bag with all kinds of fun office-y things. Both Chris Wheeler, who I will be reporting to, and the…

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