Join us in our mission to improve the lives of child headed households in communities deeply affected by HIV/AIDS. If you are interested in getting involved, want to make an in-kind donation, or need more information, please get in touch with us! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or email us!
P.O. Box 78156
Indianapolis, IN 46278
Please indicate if you are wanting to receive a book for a contribution of $200 or more by writing “book” on your payment. Your contribution will be tax deductible minus $15 per book.
The Hope Seekers, Survival of Southern African Child Led Households in the Shadows of HIV/AIDS — introduces the growing population of child headed households in the most memorable fashion. Cynthia Prime, CEO and Co-founder of SOHO states, “A picture is often worth a thousand words, but there are times when pictures, as striking as they may be, and words, no matter how descriptive and impacting, are inadequate to capture the dynamism and poignancy of the subject matter. Understanding and appreciation can only come about when the visual experience is internalized.” With compelling photographs and moving narrative, the courage, ingenuity, humor, and pathos of the children are captured. In this book, “statistics” become real, eyes look into yours, stories that draw you intimately close to where these children live, how they live, engaging you in their quest for sustainable life. Acting as the “springboard” for the campaign, copies of the book will be distributed in order to the build awareness and the resources necessary to create measurable change in the lives of the children. Your contributions make a difference. Those who give $100 or more will receive, as a token of our thanks, The Hope Seekers, Survival of Southern African Child Led Households in the Shadows of HIV/AIDS and a receipt for $85 (subtract $15 for price of the book).
OUR ENDORSERS: Marian Wright Edelman Founder and President, Children’s Defense Fund Dr. Gebisa Ejeta 2009 World Food Prize Laureate Presidential Science Envoy appointed by President Barack Obama Jim Morris President, Indiana Pacers Former Executive Director, United Nations World Food Programme Dr. Kent Millard Former Senior Pastor, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, Indianapolis, IN President, Interfaith Hunger Initiative