A Project of Hope A Project of Hope

Helping People . . . Changing Lives


Search the Web Using 'GoodSearch'


Every search credits A Project of Hope with a cash contribution. 

Purchases made from the GoodSearch web site or the search bar directly above will also add contributions to this charity.  Purchases made from the GoodShop (located at the GoodSearch web site as well) starting point will also result in contributions to A Project of Hope (see below for some idea of the wide range of participating stores).

Your use of GoodSearch is appreciated.  Thanks for searching the Internet by using it, making online purchases through GoodShop, and by doing both, helping us as well! 

Connections.  Our sister organizations found below are only a few of the many organizations that join us in fighting world poverty and improving the condition of our neighbors throughout the developing world.  We solicit your support for them as well as we work towards achieving a better tomorrow for the children of today.



CONNECT THE DOTS!
   Here are some helpful connections to make.

CDC Centers for Disease Control
- CDC.gov is your online source for credible health information and is the official Web site of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
GoodSearch
GoodSearch
- search from this site or the search bar above, designate, A Project of Hope, and make contributions to this cause every time you search the Internet.  Go searching the Internet and help A Project of Hope!
GoodShop

GoodShop
- purchase from many stores ranging from
Amazon.com to Best Buy to L.L. Bean to Office Depot to PetSmart to Wal-Mart from this site or the search bar above, designate, A Project of Hope, and make contributions to this cause every time you search the Internet.  Go searching the Internet and help A Project of Hope!

The Hunger Site
The Hunger Site

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just click to help feed hungry people

International Institute for Sustainable Development

The United Nations Children's Fund
- NOTE: UNICEF was established on 11 December 1946 by the United Nations to meet the emergency needs of children in post-war Europe and China. Its full name was the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund but was shortened in 1953.
World Literacy Initiative, Inc.
World Literacy Initiative
- World Literacy Initiative's mission is to improve literacy and basic education throughout the developing world and focuses on sharing especially effective methods of teaching with the people of developing countries.  This organization works in the same parts of Africa as A Project of Hope and is also headquartered in Atlanta GA.