Hopeful Horizons Outreach

Here at Hopeful Horizons we have multiple outreaches where you can personalize your donations. We have 3 outreaches Education, Health, and Collaboration. 


We raise funds for schools that need financial help staying in business and overall student development. Hopeful Horizons helps struggling schools become financially stable and helps further educational programs. We want to create better educational opportunities for God's children and invest in their futures. 

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Bringing medical, sanitation, and sustainable resources to poverty stricken areas locally and globally. Bringing sustainable necessities to deprived communities across the globe is of extreme importance to Hopeful Horizons Outreach. Everything from blankets to medical care, Hopeful Horizons Outreach will bring the necessities around the world. 


Within this outreach we aim to collaborate with our community and other local non-profits to bring a stronger impact to the community. We believe in this outreach because together we achieve more! Visit the contact page if you are a non-profit and want to work with us!

This outreach is to personalize your donation by raising funds for groups of people who maintain our core company values. To become one of these groups contact us through our contact page. Your application will be reviewed and evaluated by our board to make sure the recipient is within our company values and benefits more than one individual.


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Feel free to contact us at anytime about any questions, concerns, or ideas you may have on our Contact us page. Also be sure to follow us on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook for weekly and daily updates.  Thank you for visiting our site, and thank you for becoming apart of this family of world changers.

“Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to do it.” Proverbs 3:27

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