Our Initiatives

Community Outreach

New Hope Compassion’s Community Outreach has helped our community stay safe with our COVID-19 Relief Effort.  We worked with other organizations by providing PPE’s (Personal Protective Equipment) and other essential supplies to the medical communities, first responders, and the needy, locally and throughout the US. Together, we provided PPE to the most vulnerable, such as hospice care, meal-dependent seniors, homeless, and refugee communities. 

Other Community Outreach Programs include a Back-to-School Backpack Drive for homeless children, volunteering program for a senior center, and many others.

project ignite

Project Ignite’s mentorship program focuses on helping those in universities, shelters, and refugee centers through coaching, leadership training, and fellowship programs. The goal of Project Ignite is to provide opportunities and training for those in need, so they can become self-sustaining. Project Ignite leverages strategic partners and the business communities to provide opportunities and training programs for students and the disadvantaged by engaging in entrepreneurship, life-skills development, and career advancement.

Compassion House

New Hope Compassion’s supported Compassion Houses provide a temporary home environment and fellowship for cancer patients and their family, while receiving treatments at area hospitals. Many patients live in distant villages and face physical, emotional, and financial hardships. Compassion House provides comfort and shares the message of hope to patients and their families when they need it most. The news of hope and compassion is further spread to families, villages, and beyond.

Project Legacy

Project Legacy is a support and training program for indigenous Servants. The financial support and resources offered to Servants and on-ground trainers through partners including NHC equip leaders and long-term volunteers throughout the region and beyond to spread The Good News.  As a result of NHC’s supported extensive training program which covers eight courses totaling over 400 hours, the first class of leaders graduated within just 18 months of the inaugural Project Legacy Training Program.