Reporting Organization

Giving Children Hope

Giving Children Hope is privileged to work with diverse individuals and communities both locally and around the world, supplying projects that address and focus on the needs of children and serve the poor. GCHope works to promote family sustainability, economic independence, and self-sufficiency so that children may grow in stable environments. GCHope also plays a role in the development and rehabilitation of under resourced clinics, hospitals, and orphanages. Our supplies mobilize organizations so that they can focus on implementation; this empowers communities to reach those caught in hopelessness and work towards self-sustainability. GCHope is grassroots driven. While we work with many large organizations, the majority of our partners are working in a single community to enable that community to receive what it needs most. We connect indigenous community leaders in need of resources with grassroots efforts around the world to secure and deliver needed supplies. GCHope is a green organization, taking supplies and equipment that would often end up in the land-fill and redeeming it for use in domestic free-clinics and developing countries around the world. As a faith-based organization GCHope started to help get the Church outside of its doors into the community to BE the Church and serve those in need. Working with the diverse Christian community to enable them to be the hands and feet of Jesus is an important component to our work.

Primary Address

8332 Commonwealth Ave.

Buena Park, California 90621


ordered by most recently updated

  • Typhoon Haima Disaster Response

    A global project from 3 different sectors

    In October 2016 Typhoon Haima made landfall on the Philippines Islands. Flooding and strong winds left thousands of homes and businesses severely damaged. Giving Children Hope has sent 5 containers to the Philippines... Learn more

    Last updated February 15, 2017

  • Malawi Food Security and Malaria Treatment

    A project from 2 different sectors in Malawi

    Malamulo Hospital has been providing healthcare to Malawi, Africa since 1902. The hospital is located 65 kilometers southeast of the city of Blantyre in Thyolo District in Malawi. The hospital serves about 129,000... Learn more

    Last updated February 15, 2017

  • Syrian Refugee Relief

    A project from 3 different sectors in 3 countries

    Since 2012, Giving Children Hope has worked hard to send aid to those fleeing war, persecution, and starvation. This situation has been named the worst genocide since the 1994 Rwandan genocide, with over two million... Learn more

    Last updated February 15, 2017

  • Ecuador Earthquake 2016 Disaster Response

    A project from 4 different sectors in Ecuador

    Hundreds have been killed, thousands injured and many more are displaced from their homes in Ecuador after the 7.8 earthquake hit on Saturday April 16th, 2016. Giving Children Hope has sent 5 containers of lifesaving... Learn more

    Last updated February 15, 2017

  • Typhoon Haiyan Relief & Recovery

    A project from 3 different sectors in Philippines

    Though the media has all but forgotten the disaster of Typhoon Haiyan, which struck the Philippines in November 2013, the Filipino people cannot. In the wake of Typhoon Haiyan the Philippines has been struck by... Learn more

    Last updated February 6, 2017

  • Hurricane Matthew Haiti Relief

    A project from 3 different sectors in Haiti

    In response to Hurricane Matthew, Giving Children Hope is gathering and staging relief supplies to send to Haiti. Giving Children Hope is accepting monetary donations to help cover the logistics and transportation... Learn more

    Last updated November 7, 2016

  • Nepal Earthquake Disaster Response

    A project from 2 different sectors in Nepal

    Nepal was hit with a 7.8 magnitude earthquake on Saturday, April 25th. The epicenter was in the capital city, Kathmandu where there is a population of 3 million people. Giving Children Hope is collaborated... Learn more

    Last updated June 14, 2016