“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself from being polluted by the world.” – James 1:27
At E4 Project, we believe that God has a special place in His heart for children, especially those that have been abandoned or orphaned. We wholeheartedly believe in the ministry that Pastor Israel and Mama Nathalie have been providing to the vulnerable children of Libreville. Our mission at E4 Project is to ‘defend the cause of the poor and needy’, the children of Hope House are central to our mission. We are excited to introduce this new program that has significant potential to improve the overall quality of life for these children and help alleviate the burden that has been carried by Pastor Israel and Mama Nathalie.
The purpose of the Hope House Children Sponsorship Program is to raise support from individuals to help cover the cost of the children’s basic necessities (food, shelter, clothing and education). Donors will have the opportunity to sponsor the children at Hope House through a monthly donation of $38 USD. Our goal is provide funding to cover all current and future children taken care of at Hope House.
Your sponsorship will help to provide
By clicking the link below you are agreeing to pay a designated amount each month to support the children at Hope House. This is not an individual sponsorship of a specific child, but a sponsorship for all of Hope House. Since the children are orphaned or abandoned and living under one roof, we have a different model than other sponsorship programs. When you sponsor Hope House, you will receive a book by the end of 2014 and a new book every year that profiles all the children at Hope House and has their stories and photos. E4 Project will also profile one child per month that will allow you to get to know individual children better and know what to pray for. Please join us today in serving God by taking care of His children.
*For those of you who know the children personally and have the promotional postcard, we want to make it clear that the names do not necessarily match the photos. This is intentional.