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About Hope for Tribes

Hope for Tribes is a ministry born of the idea that every student deserves the chance to work and build a life free from exploitation and poverty. Our ministry offers hill tribe young people the chance to complete their education and grow in their Christian life through Bible studies. Our goal is to see students using their university degree to enhance their lives and the development of their villages.

Why Students Choose Us

Christian Life

Students receive Bible instruction, learn what it means to live a Christian life, and explore topics and issues faced by young people in today’s world.

Personal & Professional Development

Students participate in English language studies, music classes, life skills, education, wood-working, hammock weaving, and hand crafts.

Fellowship & Fun

Students engage in fun activities - games, soccer matches, and cooking nights. Students also spend time sharing what they’ve learned by volunteering in neighboring villages.

Nurture Trust & Community

Our students live onsite and learn, work and worship together, build trust in each other and God, strengthening their commitment to community success, and supporting each other’s achievements and goals.

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WORLD FOR THE GOOD

Sponsoring a student is a powerful way to impact a life and a community.

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Sponsor a student

You can make a huge difference in the life of a hill tribe student, and ultimately a community, by become a financial sponsor.
Financial contributions are used to pay college and living expenses.
Hope for Tribes always has a waiting list of those who need help.
The more support we get, the more students we can bring into the program.

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