My House Of Hope
IT ALL BEGAN WITH THE VISION OF A BLIND WOMAN! The House of Hope was started in 1963 by a local blind woman fondly called Aunty May (Miss May Ladah). The Lord had prepared Aunty May for this ministry through years of caring for vulnerable young people. God gave her a vision not just to help meet the physical and educational needs of these people she loved, but also to meet the spiritual needs.
At House of Hope an enormous amount of our work depends on volunteers like you coming to help us year-round. Our staff, residents and children love to see volunteers arrive so they quickly become a part of our community. Volunteers can fulfill one or many roles at House of Hope such as: Houseparent – A Houseparent fulfills the vital roles that a parent would for a child at home e.g. meal preparation, washing, dressing, cleaning and playing.