Since O2H began, the Board (a group of O2H members who are purely volunteers) has agreed the distribution of over & £150,000 ($230,000 US) worth of grants. Often these grants are no more than £3,000 ($4,885 US) / project. It has been amazing watching how ‘seed’ grants have made a difference to the lives of the poor and disenfranchised. Without the regular monthly giving of O2H members this would not be possible.
Read our newsletter to learn about some of the grants O2H have made recently.
Why become a member?
Becoming a member of O2H provides you with the opportunity to bring HOPE through supporting projects and training in disadvantaged communities. Through giving as little as £5/month ($10) you can be a part of a ministry that helps overcome poverty through empowerment. O2H is not just about finance, it is about giving your time in prayer and for those who really have a passion to reach out to the poor, you may feel that you would like to volunteer your time on the management Board, which meets quarterly. As a representative of the O2H membership on the Board you will be closely involved firsthand in seeing where the funds are dispersed and the development initiatives that are being supported.
How Do I Become A Member?
For UK Membership Signup:
Just fill out this FORM (click on “form”) and mail it to the address on the form.
If you plan to have your monthly giving automatically deducted from you bank (UK only), also fill out the bank box.
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For USA Membership Signup:
Click HERE to download a form
Online Giving: USA Only click on icon below
Here is a video of an orphanage project in India which we gave a grant
Here is a video of one of the projects we sponsor, A short film introducing The Tender Heart Foundation, Goa, India.
Here is a project we have sponsored in Zimbabwe.
This past year Opportunity 2 Hope gave a grant to Missions Fellowship in Christ Church, Hatcliffe, Zimbabwe for a borehole that would not only supply the church, but 1,000 families.
Here is a project we have sponsored in South Africa.
Here is a project in the UK setting people free from slavery.