About the Organization

Organization

HopeHouse International®, is a faith-based, 501(3)c non-profit organization based in Franklin, TN. It’s facilitating office headquarters are in the Chattanooga, TN area with international offices in Kiev, Ukraine and Heviz, Hungry. HopeHouse International® has remote support teams in North TX.

Mission

HopeHouse International® serves orphans by assisting Christian families in Eastern Europe with the adequate housing required to adopt orphans and raise them in their own country.

Because overcrowded housing is a barrier for adoptions in Eastern Europe, HopeHouse International® provides adequate housing for qualified, Christian families so that they can adopt three or more orphans (keeping siblings together) and raise them in their own country.

Parent Training

Soul-CareTM Curriculum supports the families of HopeHouse International® by training parents to help their children/teens/young adults address past trauma and move from brokenness to wholeness.

Education Opportunities

HopeHouse International® provides higher education scholarships to those who have shown a healthy pattern of personal growth and maturity as revealed through Soul-CareTM accountability measures.

Process

HopeHouse International® operates ANONYMOUSLY with potential candidates who demonstrate a passion for orphans, pass through a stringent interview process and meet all requisite government background checks before given knowledge that a house is involved.

Financial Model

100% HOME-TEAM is made up of supporters who underwrite employee administrative expenses so that 100% of your donations go to fuel our programs that allow us to serve more orphans.

HopeHouse International’s financial records are audited by an independent CPA firm each year. The audit report is provided to its Board of Directors and is also available to the public upon request.

Governance

HopeHouse International® is governed by a national Board of Directors.

Recognitions

  • Congressional Angel in Adoption™ Award by the U.S. Congress in 2012.
  • Tennessee’s State Legislature’s Proclamation in 2013.