It’s the time of year when we take a moment to acknowledge the work done over the last year and celebrate! Publishing our Annual Report is a great opportunity for us to update you about our progress, accomplishments, and financials. You can read the full report by clicking the link below. Through our 52 programmes, we were privileged to serve 151 165 individual people who received 1 983 050 people-centered impact interventions. We hope you will see how we are accomplishing our mission through these reports, stories, and statistics. Check out the triangle pictures below for some quick highlights. These kinds of numbers are so encouraging for our staff, donors, and volunteers to understand their collective impact over one year.

We also want to loudly shout that through YOUR involvement and contributions, YOU made the impacts reported on possible, so for that, we also stop to celebrate YOU, our donors, and friends! Thank you! We couldn’t do it without you.

We wondered if you could do us a favour? Can you think of one person you might like to forward this email to? Who do you know that might want to hear more about the impact of Living Hope?

We hope that you enjoy reading our 2023 Annual Report:

We loved hearing from clients “Ek kan sien” or “I can see!” after receiving their new glasses.

King of Kings Executive Pastor Neil Smith and Brentwood Baptist Missions Pastor Brett Freemon at our Red Hill event

Outreach at RedHill

Screenings in progress

Outreach at Masi

Outreach at Capricorn

Outreach at Ocean View

Thank you BBC!

The power of partnership between short-term volunteer teams and Living Hope can have a significant and positive impact on our communities in need. Collaborations like these can lead to more effective and sustainable development efforts. We are also thankful when teams have expertise to share with our staff. BBC also conducted training on the “DiSC” personal assessment tool to help improve teamwork, communication, and productivity in the workplace. This type of skills transfer is so vital in capacitating our local staff. 

Like other faith-based non-profits, Living Hope sometimes struggles with raising awareness about our cause. Volunteer teams can serve as advocates, both during their trips and when they return home, sharing stories and experiences that shed light on the work of Living Hope and the community’s needs, helping increase our visibility. 

If you or your church, student group, business, or civil association would like more information on opportunities to make an impact with a small group or team, please email for details. Together, let’s commit to long-term positive change and sustainable development!