Childhope helps street children to achieve their dreams of finishing school --- through the Educational Assistance Program. With the help of generous donors, Childhope's scholars are able to get good, quality education in hopes of landing good jobs. Through education, the street children are able to create a bright future for themselves and their families.
Besides maintaining high grades in school, the scholars also aim for holistic development and practice their leadership skills. At a young age, they are also already giving back by helping in Childhope activities whenever they can. Educational Assistance Program beneficiaries also actively encourage street children to pursue lives away from the streets.
Beneficiaries of Childhope's Educational Assistance Program are street children with different stories, but all are blessed and empowered by KINDNESS
--- thanks to the help of generous individuals.
Ann Igle used to sell sampaguita to earn money, help her family, and go to
school. She joined Childhope’s activities and through the help of KIND donors,
street educators, and social workers, she was able to pursue a good education. Now,
she is a tourism graduate whose story has been viral and has been featured in
Pagamocan has not yet lived in a place she can call home. She has been used to
staying on the streets and open spaces around Metro Manila. Despite the
difficulties and through the help of KIND donors, street educators, and social
workers, she was able to pursue a good education. She is a Human Resources and
Organizational Management graduate who dreams of having a permanent home for
Sumaway used to beg and scavenge plastic bottles around Metro Manila so he and
his family could survive. He joined Childhope’s activities and became active in
being a health and education advocate. Through the help of KIND donors, street
educators, and social workers, he was able to pursue a good education.
By sharing kindness, more street children will be able to learn in formal schools, and gain access to opportunities for a better life.