Our Progress

March 7, 2018

Spring 2018 Update

God has been moving in powerful ways and providing for Hope Village. In this post, we cover Hope Village receiving a new truck, new roof and generator and work on the guest house. Also, a team from South Dakota will be visiting Hope Village soon!
February 6, 2016

Some Hope Village needs met

In our winter 2015 newsletter, we reported on the need for a generator for the school and we promptly received a check in the mail from one of our generous readers! We also received funding to hire a “helper” for our farm manager. Farming, especially cash crops, such as palm oil and […]
December 15, 2015

Hope Village School Update

Despite the Ebola Virus attack we experienced during the last school year in Liberia, we managed to carry out tutorial classes for students and those who did well and were promoted. During that abbreviated academic year 2014-2015, we enrolled 257 students, 133 male and 124 female. We were encouraged by the number […]
December 7, 2015

Farming Project Update

Materials to begin processing rubber from the trees planted almost 7 years ago have been purchased and the rubber harvest will begin in January. Last planting year, 1,500 cacao seedlings of good quality from the Ivory Coast were acquired. It is hoped that in three years’ time, we will have a cacao […]
December 6, 2015

Recent donor funds provide new homes for Hope Village

Members of the Hope Village community expressed special thanks to the many donors to Bridges of Hope for the funds recently committed to the construction of new homes this year. Two buildings, one – a duplex of four rooms with two bath rooms including adjoining porches and a second building, and a […]
March 5, 2015

Thank you Supporters!

Bridges of Hope, Inc. received in excess of $38,000 in 2014 of which approximately $28,000 went to support teacher’s salaries & rice purchases. Almost $5,000 went for repairs and up-keep to the existing Hope Village structures along with $500 to overhaul an aging truck’s engine. Almost $3,000 was set aside for anticipated […]