Let’s Spread Hope Together
Join us in changing lives by inspiring families to hope.
Your Donation Matters
More than 20 percent of children in America –– that’s 14 million –– face special healthcare needs. Ranging from allergies to developmental conditions, disease, and beyond, a medical diagnosis often carries with it fear, isolation, and lots of questions.
But you can do something about this challenge. Together, we can help remind families that a diagnosis isn’t everything, that they are not alone, and that their story matters.
By supporting helloHOPE, you are providing these families with:
- Access to stories of others who have been in their shoes and found hope along the way
- A wide range of practical resources designed to answer their specific questions
- A stream of encouragement to strengthen their hold on hope
- Smile-inducing events at a local children’s hospital
In short, your donations fuel the helloHOPE movement.
helloHOPE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. All donations are tax-deductible.
What Our Community is Saying
helloHOPE has provided consistent, hope-filled, perspective-shaping resources. Quite literally a breath of fresh air.
Just heard of a friend's diagnosis. What an uplifting and inspiring approach to LIFE Ilya and Todd have!
I never saw having, a physical handicap has a blessing. But after reading this story. [I] am here to say thank you Father God for physical handicaps. Claire has brought so much joy and goodness to my heart. Watching her brings life to me. No complaining, no selfishness, no hatred. My prayer is that John and Caroline continue to look toward heaven for where there help comes from.
My 10 year old daughter was just diagnosed with EOE, trying my best to find research on this new diagnosis but very frustrating ... Good to know that I’m not the only one going through this frustration.
This is, indeed, a wonderful story of love and hope. I especially loved this quote, 'Persevering through difficulty means rejoicing in small moments, and all of the small victories and moments add up to a life transformed.'
This has been such a blessing to find. We found today that our girl we are expecting has down syndrome. It’s a lot to take in.
I came across this story while doing some research on SMA. What an amazing couple to do everything possible to make Skylar’s life meaningful... I’m a home care nurse with an SMA type II patient who is 24 years old now. The lifelong challenges are real, and there’s nothing better than the loving support of another parent who has been through it or are going through it.