Medicines and medical supplies, provided free of charge to the poorest of the poor in the Dominican Republic, are playing a crucial role in helping them recover from illness and injury, and improve and maintain their health.

More than one-third of the Dominican Republic's population live on less than $1.25 a day. Your gift today will help provide a wide variety of important medicines and medical supplies to 40 rural medical clinics serving thousands of the poorest of the poor.





Where Most Needed
Your gift is sent to where it is most needed right now.

A gift to "where most needed" enables HOPE to increase support to important initiatives among families and children that need help right away.





Be a part of helping 1 million of the world's neglected poor drink clean water, grow more food,
improve their health, go to school, and earn enough income to become self-reliant this year.


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Low administration is only one part of our story.

Every dollar counts because every person counts. The real story is in the outcomes your donations create for the poorest of the poor.

The impact of your gift continues year after year.

One gift from you keeps on giving for years to come as people share what they've learned with others in their community.

We're committed to the poor and to you.

Self-reliance for the poorest of the poor and accountability to you. These two things matter most to us.

 
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