More Ways to Get Involved with Sole Hope
There are many ways you can be involved with making a sustainable change through Sole Hope.
The Sole Hope team appreciates and values the support and encouragement of volunteers.
Put your treasure where your heart is. We make it easy to give. Just click below to give generously or to sponsor shoes for a child or several children in Africa. A donation of $10 means that a child in Uganda will get a pair of close toed shoes. And, sponsoring shoes for a child today ensures our shoe makers will have work tomorrow. We are grateful for your donation!
SHOE CUTTING PARTY
You can make a direct impact on the life of someone seemingly a world away by being a source of hope. Hope of relief from foot-related disease. Hope of an active life. Be moved. Be active. Be someone’s hope. Click here to get your party started!
BECOME AN ADVOCATE
SEND SOLE HOPE STUFF FROM AMAZON SMILE
Sole Hope has many, many needs for all sorts of goods. Portable stools to megaphones. Sheets to measuring cups. You can order stuff for Sole Hope, and we’ll have it sent along with the next group of visitors & servants.
Sole Hope internships seek to provide a hands-on immersive opportunity for young adults, students, and post-grads seeking experience working and serving in Uganda.
Charity Miles is a free app (available for iPhone and Android users) that allows you to earn money for some of your favorite charities as you walk or bike. All you have to do is log your miles with the app, and they will donate to the charity you select from their list of organizations.
THX creates everyday lifestyle products that foster generosity, give to great causes like Sole Hope and inspire thankfulness.
SOLE HOPE NEWS & UPDATES
Today is Shoe the World Day. When Isaac came to Sole Hope he was a little boy with big dreams. He comes from a place where jiggers can drain not just a person’s blood, but also their future. However, with his new knowledge and new shoes Isaac is ready to take on the...read more
Boyhood in a Warzone. The first time Francis Okello was shot he was 11 years old. The machine gun slipped from his hands as a bullet ripped through his thigh. The darkness of the night exploded in flames as a grenade burst. Shrapnel embedded itself in his...read more
Henry is a father of four children and a farmer. He has a farmer’s broad shoulders and strong hands. He grows corn and beans on the upland slopes and rice where land meets water in a swampy wetland. One hot morning a year and a half ago, Henry woke up, picked up a...read more