Join a Global Network of Hope

Open the door of opportunity for a young person hidden by poverty.

As a monthly Hope Sustainer, you are a part of a global network of hope. Your monthly gift will encourage, equip, and embolden young people all year long. As students build their futures, lead their communities, and walk through difficult challenges, you will be alongside them every step of the way.

Yes! I want to be a Hope Sustainer.

Making an Impact

Your monthly gift will create opportunities for students all year long. With your partnership and support, we run year-long programs including:

  • The Institute — a 4-week intensive program that opens up students’ eyes to their futures
  • The Michael Lotito Fellowship — a second-year professional development program designed to introduce students to best practices in pursuing a career in whatever they choose
  • The Winter Conference — a student-led weekend featuring speakers from across Mexico and around the world
  • Leadership Clubs — year-long programs at high schools in Kantunilkín, Chiquila, San Angel, and Solferino
  • Institute Junior — a summer program for elementary school students that fosters creativity, vision, and confidence

    FAQs

    What day will my monthly gift be charged?

    You will be charged each month on the same day you signed up to be a Hope Sustainer. For example, if you sign up on the 17th, your card will be charged each month on the 17th.

    How do I cancel my monthly gift?

    Simply email us at info@handsofferinghope.org to cancel your monthly giving. You will receive a cancelation confirmation email.

     

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