About Us

Seeds of Hope Children’s Ministry exists to equip children and those in need to love and serve Jesus Christ while becoming healthy, educated, responsible members of society.

Our Vision

Seeds of Hope relies on the generous involvement from people like you, who are able to support the ministry through their gifts of time, money, prayer, or gifts in kind.

Seeds of Hope Children’s Ministry™ started in 1995 after hearing about the plight of children orphaned because of AIDS. In 1996 Seeds of Hope Children’s Ministry™ opened the first home for HIV/AIDS children in Thailand. Since that time, we have been involved in bringing aid to children in several countries. Our biggest projects are in Ndola, Zambia.

The Buseko Children’s Home is the first and currently the only Home in Zambia specifically for HIV/AIDS affected or infected children. To ensure that our children have a good education and the tools to succeed in life we have built our own school; Grace Academy continues in this innovative and pioneering ministry. Grace Academy is the only boarding school in the world today that caters specifically to HIV/AIDS affected or infected children. We are able to provide excellent medical care and antiretroviral therapy (ARV’s) for all our HIV positive children. Our vision is to raise leaders and the way to do this is through education and opportunity. Our aim is to save the lives of children by the care we provide and to give sustainable hope for the children and their communities by the programs we put in place.

In order to aid our mission, we have offices in Abbotsford, BC, Canada, Exmouth, Australia, and Bellingham, WA, USA.

Accreditation

  • Seeds of Hope Children’s Ministry™ was incorporated in British Columbia in 1995 and is a registered charity with Revenue Canada under BN# 891228280 RR 0001. In the USA, we are incorporated in the State of Washington and are a registered 501(c) charitable organization. (EIN#61-1953620)
    93% of all donations go directly to children, distributed through food, education, housing, and other programming.
  • Seeds of Hope is a member of the Canadian Council of Christian Charities
  • Seeds of Hope receives no government funding

Seeds of Hope Children`s Ministry is a certified member of the Canadian Council of Christian Charities and abides by all its strict ethical and financial standards, including annual audits by an independent accounting firm.Spending of funds is confined to programs and projects approved by the organization. Each restricted contribution designated toward such an approved program or project will be used as designated with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met or cannot be completed for any reason determined by the organization, the remaining restricted contribution will be used where needed most. Gifts are acknowledged and receipted with an official receipt for income tax purposes.

We want to love them, nurture them, to meet their emotional, physical and spiritual needs. We also want to provide them with the best education to enable them to succeed. We have a dream for our children in our Homes exactly like we have a dream for our own biological children. With your help, we are achieving the vision and dream God has given us for the children in our care. We are a family…God's family!

Core Values

Seeds of Hope relies on the generous involvement from people like you, who are able to support the ministry through their gifts of time, money, prayer, or gifts in kind.

Our History

Seeds of Hope Children’s Ministry™ started in 1995 after hearing about the plight of children orphaned because of AIDS.

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DONATE TO CHILDREN IN ASIA & AFRICA

With your support, we can help change the lives of children infected or affected by HIV/AIDS for the better. Your generous donation will go directly toward providing support and care to children in need and will help them grow into self-sufficient, confident, and loving adults.