A Child's Hope Int'l - Hands Against Hunger Saturday Public Session Oct 17, 20
A Child's Hope International
Volunteers will help assembly high-protein meals for hurting hungry children around the world impacted by COVID19, locusts, fires, war/refugee camps, orphaned, etc. Visit ACHI's website at :
Go to website and select the date you would like to volunteer:
- CLICK HERE to open the registration page.
- Click on the Registration bar
- Follow the instructions in blue box to create your Volunteer Profile. (Be sure to include the total number of volunteers coming with you; as well as, # of adults and # of minors attending)
- Once your Profile is created, the screen will automatically open to the Registration form. (You only create a Profile once and then it is stored in the system for future use.)
- Click on Complete Registration.
Once your request is received, you will receive an email confirmation. You are approved for the pack only after you receive the confirmation from the Volunteer Coordinators stating the confirmation and number of volunteers spots approved. We look forward to having you and your family serve.
FOR STUDENTS: COMMUNITY SERVICE FORMS are available at the Community Service Table in the entrance/hallway after each pack. Students may get their school/club/sports/scout forms signed/stamped by a staff member or pick up one of our forms. Each pack counts for 3 hours of service.
COVID19 best practices & procedures are followed. Please bring Mask.
About A Child's Hope International
2430 E. Kemper Road, Cincinnati, OH 45241, US
To motivate and mobilize the church and the community to look after the orphans, the children in foster care, and all hungry, thirsty and abandoned children.
A Child's Hope International is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation serving orphan and vulnerable children locally and worldwide through four channels of care:
- Foster Care
- Orphan Care
- Humanitarian Relief
A Child's Hope International is a partner based organization bringing the church and the community together to look after the 143 million orphans worldwide, the 30,000 children that die each day from hunger as well as the more than 500,000 children in US foster care.