Points of Hope
YOU can be a Point of Hope! If you're a student, or a teacher you can start a Points of Hope chapter in your school and community. Meet before or after school, during lunch time, in the cafeteria or at a friend's house. We'll help you learn about the many ways you can make a difference in the life of a child who has no voice. If you belong to a book club, knitting group, church choir, drill team, Girl Scout troop, or just like to hang out with your friends...consider enlisting the help of your friends to be a "Point of Hope"!
Teach your child to care about others less fortunate
The essence of Charity is compassion; caring about others who are less fortunate. We live in a culture that focuses on self, and satisfying our every pleasure. You can teach your children how to have a charitable heart by encouraging them to care more about the needs of others and less about the things that don't really matter. Show them how to live simply so that others may simply live...
New York City Points of Hope
Broadway performers who sing and dance in New York City at "Broadway in Bryant Park" can be Points of Hope for children who have no voice. If you sing, if you act, if you perform RAISE YOUR VOICE for forgotten children! And in the process raise much needed funds to help kids who have no advocates.
Over 450,000 children in America are in the foster care system, waiting for their "forever family". As a Point of Hope you can bring hope to these kids as well as children in developing nations.
Eager Teenagers forming Points of Hope
You don't have to be wealthy to contribute to Point Hope, you just have to be rich in love. When you realize how much good you can do with a small donation, you realize you CAN make a difference in the life of a forgotten child. Form a Point of Hope at your junior high or high school. Get involved. Make a difference!