Who We Are

We are a Christian non-profit organization based in and around Harare, Zimbabwe, working with orphaned and vulnerable children and youth. Where HIV/AIDS, poverty and numbers of orphans are highest and support structures are very low. Our ministry is aimed at providing basic necessities, teaching skills and bringing back hope. We also provide psychosocial care as we teach life skills, lend emotional support, and visit the children in their communities.



To prepare the most vulnerable for a better tomorrow.

Essential Goals


We provide a daily nutritious meal, food packages, as well as assist in medical requirements. We also have our own onsite Clinic awaiting approval.


Through our sponsorship system, we provide required school fees, uniforms, books etc.


We have begun our vocational training which will provide sewing training, carpentry and other skills to be added soon.

Wholesome healing & Well-being

Our teen groups, children's church and youth projects are designed to provide counseling and healing and wholesome teaching that is beneficial as they grow.


Zimbabwe is currently serving over 250 children, providing a daily meal, school support and various youth projects. Let's Give Them Hope Zimbabwe also runs the Hope Fellowship Community church which serves the community through home visits and, prayer.


LGTH Zambia was launched beginning of October 2019. The project center is led by Henry and Elizabeth who had already a few projects happening. We look forward to the many lives that will get changed in Zambia.


Canada holds our only international office as well as our international board. It exists to support both Zimbabwe and Zambia by advocating, forging relationships and raising funds to reach our goals.


We have two sets of boards running, an international and a local board. The international board supports and holds us accountable for the work  and how we use the funds, and the local support holds us accountable for the work done on the ground i.e meeting our goals and changing lives. Both boards advise and give counsel to the staff on the ground.