Homes of Hope Fiji
PO Box 17090 Suva, FIJI
ANZ Bank #7370043
Homes of Hope North America
PO Box 336087
Greeley CO 80633
USA Phone: 970-324-0496
Homes of Hope is a charity based in the South Pacific, working with women and children who have been victims of, or are vulnerable to, forced sexual encounters, sexual exploitation and violence. Through direct care at our residential campus and our community programs we are giving surviving victims the freedom to step away from the destructive cycle of forced sex, providing a fresh start of hope, freedom, dignity and life. Our ultimate goal is to create a culture of freedom where forced sex is not a prevalent issue in Fiji or the South Pacific.
Homes of Hope’s passion is to create a culture of freedom for women and children and to stop the cycles of forced sex.
Our residential campus in Suva, Fiji, is a safe haven and long-term shelter.
We run community-based outreach programs throughout Fiji, advocating on behalf of women.
Homes of Hope has impacted the lives of hundreds of women. Each woman’s story is the story of a life changed, a life restored, a life that has been given new hope.
When you donate to Homes of Hope, you are providing the gift of hope for women and children of Fiji who are victims of forced sex. You are providing them with a safe place to live, medical care, balanced meals, education to become independent, and much more – ensuring that their future is not dictated by the past. You are also helping build safety nets to prevent the next generation from falling prey to sexual exploitation. Make the commitment. GIVE HOPE.
We love to host both short-term teams and longer term volunteers. The work of our volunteers is incredibly valuable in helping to keep Homes of Hope running so that we can continue to support Fiji’s most vulnerable young women.
The Fiji Islands are located in the southwest Pacific Ocean, north of New Zealand and east of Australia.Fiji is comprised of 333 islands, of which about 100 are inhabited. Homes of Hope is based on the largest island, Viti Levu, which has an area of about 10,400 sq. km (4,100 sq. mi.), and is home to 70% of the country's population.