Mission

Our Mission

We provide food, clothes, vitamins and educational supplies to underprivileged and displaced children both nationally and internationally. Also, HOPE provides food, clothes, toiletries and other supplies to help the homeless on the streets Baltimore. During the holidays H.O.P.E. also provides toys and meals for several needy families in our area. 

Maa Sunao Mujhe Woh Kahani

 

Singer – Siza Roy
Composers – Jagjit Singh, Sudhir Narain
Album – Arman-e-Dil

English Lyrics

 

Maa, please tell me the story where there is no king or Queen.

 

The story that relates to you and to me.

The story that tells about the anguish of every heart.
The story that is filled with the fragrance of the world.

A story that does not talk about celestial damsel,

or pretty angels in the heavens. Maa ….tell me that special story…..

 

Tell me the story that will teach me to smile, a story that will make me forget my hunger.

One which is filled with the moonlight
of truth and rays of hope.

A story which is not old and often repeated.

Maa…tell me the story that is real. The story that gives hope.

Recent Events

Since its humble beginning, HOPE has directly affected the lives of over 670 individuals internationally, as well as over 11,000 locally in Baltimore City and Baltimore County and 1,000 in other parts of the United States.  An additional 7,500 meals and toiletry packages have been provided to Baltimore’s unsheltered homeless population. 

 

2019 – 250 children received winter coats.  A school in Bermuda with 20 autistic children received 200 pounds of arts and crafts supplies.  100 homeless people throughout the year received food, clothing, and/or toiletries.  300 people in nursing homes received gifts and flowers.  600 children received backpacks filled with school supplies.  50 low income families or disabled people received groceries, clothing, and or household supplies.  1,500 children received presents for the holidays.

 

2018 - 100 homeless people throughout the year received food, clothing, and/or toiletries.  300 people in nursing homes received gifts and flowers.  500 children received backpacks filled with school supplies.  50 low income families or disabled people received groceries, clothing, and or household supplies.  1,500 children received presents for the holidays.  20 autistic children in Bermuda received gifts.

 

2017 – 200 homeless people throughout the year received food, clothing, and/or toiletries.  400 people in nursing homes received gifts and flowers.  300 children received backpacks filled with school supplies.  25 low income families or disabled people received groceries, clothing, and or household supplies.  250 children received presents for the holidays.

 

2016 – 300 homeless people throughout the year received food, clothing, and/or toiletries.  500 people in nursing homes received gifts and flowers.  500 children received backpacks filled with school supplies.  25 low income families or disabled people received groceries, clothing, and or household supplies.  510 children received presents for the holidays.

 

2015 – 300 homeless people throughout the year received food, clothing, and/or toiletries.  300 people in nursing homes received gifts and flowers.  300 children received backpacks filled with school supplies.  300 low income families or disabled people received groceries, clothing, and or household supplies.  150 children received presents for the holidays. We paid for the registration and sashes for 50 low income girls to become Girls Scouts   

 

2014 – 400 homeless people throughout the year received food, clothing, and/or toiletries.  250 people in nursing homes received gifts and flowers.  105 children received backpacks filled with school supplies.  110 low income families or disabled people received groceries, clothing, and or household supplies.  400 children received presents for the holidays. We paid for the registration and sashes for 50 low income girls to become Girls Scouts.  In 2014 we extended our services to Chester, PA and Melbourne, FL.

 

2013 – On Easter Sunday HOPE brought care packages off toiletries to 44 homeless people in downtown Baltimore.  We also continued our tradition of regularly providing them with food, clothing, and toiletries.  HOPE gave book bags full of school supplies to 72 children.  HOPE provided 2 weeks’ worth of groceries, which included an entire Christmas dinner with a ham and turkey each, for 60 families.  We also bought, wrapped, and provided toys for 150 children.  We paid for the registration and sashes for 50 low income girls to become Girl Scouts.  We brought plants and gifts to the 48 residents of Chapel Hill Nursing Home and calendars and gifts to the 145 residents of the Jewish Convalescent Nursing Home.  In December we went to Mexico and brought food, clothing, and medical supplies to 15 young women who were abused and we brought toys and medical supplies to about 100 children in a deaf and blind school and housing unit.

 

2012 – On Easter Sunday HOPE brought meals to 50 homeless people in downtown Baltimore.  We also continued our tradition of regularly providing them with food, clothing, and toiletries.  HOPE gave book bags full of school supplies to 38 children.  20 of the children were being raised by single grandmothers and the remaining 18 were in a homeless shelter.  We paid for movie tickets and snacks for 58 children from Grand Families.  HOPE provided 2 weeks’ worth of groceries, which included an entire Christmas dinner with a ham and turkey each, for 35 families.  We also bought, wrapped, and provided toys for 169 children (100 from Centro de la Comunidad, 48 from Grand Families and 21 children in the homeless shelter).  In addition to the people that HOPE helped locally we also fed 125 homeless people in Atlanta, GA.

 

2011 – On Easter Sunday HOPE brought meals to 50 homeless people in downtown Baltimore.  We also continued our tradition of regularly providing them with food, clothing, and toiletries.  HOPE gave book bags full of school supplies to 85 children.  70 of the children were being raised by single grandmothers and the remaining 15 were in a homeless shelter.  HOPE provided 2 weeks’ worth of groceries, which included an entire Christmas dinner with a ham and turkey each, for 25 families.  We also provided toys for the 70 children in those 25 families.  We bought, wrapped, and delivered toys for 20 children that were in a homeless shelter and gave cosmetics and toiletries to the 15 mothers in the same shelter. 

 

2010 – HOPE helped over 20 needy families right here in Maryland. Each family received 2 weeks’ worth of groceries, as well as an entire Christmas dinner, which includes ham, turkey and all the fixings.  There are also 96 children, 24 of which are in a homeless shelter and 72 which are part of the 20 families, who also benefited.  Each child received 3 toys each, as well as clothes.  HOPE also adopted the residents at Chapel Hill Nursing Home.  We delivered presents to all 63 residents on Christmas Eve.

 

2009 – HOPE focused on all the needy families here in Maryland.  Due to the economy we felt there was more of a need to help locally.  We helped eleven needy families in Baltimore City and spent Christmas Eve at a homeless shelter for women and children.  We helped over one hundred fifty people, including children.

 

2008 – HOPE visited an orphanage in Puerto Vallarta with toys, food, medicine and clothes for the children.  We visited homeless shelters in Baltimore and provided meals for needy families as well as toys for underprivileged children.

 

2007- HOPE visited two homeless shelters in Baltimore with toys and clothes for the children. We also provided meals for several needy families and groceries to take home. We also passed out toys to several hundred needy children.

 

2006 - HOPE made a visit to an orphanage in South America with over seventy children and another orphanage in the Caribbean with over fifty children.  In addition to the orphanages HOPE visited the Brown’s Homeless Shelter and had needy families in the area congregate at Spirit of Truth Cathedral in Baltimore to receive food and also gifts from Santa for the children. 

 

2005 - HOPE touched the lives of over one hundred fifty children and their families by visiting two homeless shelters in Baltimore and one orphanage in South America. Also, we had families meet at a local church to receive food with an appearance by Santa who brought toys for the children.

 

2004 - HOPE provided food, clothes and toys for over fifty children and their families in Baltimore.

 

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