Vision and Mission

Vision

Wings of Hope believes in Peace and Hope for all Mankind.

Camp Glow Freshman Class 2013 - Guyana

Mission

Wings of Hope delivers Humanitarian programs to the impoverished, to achieve a more Peaceful world. We do whatever is needed, from guidance on requested subjects/services to providing and managing tangible resources designed to enable the poor and needy, or any marginalized citizens, to become active and productive participants in their societies.

We implement our efforts on the front lines of poverty, domestically or internationally, maximizing the impact of Donors' funds.

Our programs include:

  • Health and education systems
  • Sustainable food and water processes
  • Opportunities for family income
  • Community-building
  • Human Conflict Resolution at regional and international levels

Wings of Hope is non-sectarian, non-political, non-racial and accepts all people as equal citizens of the world.

NOBEL PEACE PRIZE NOMINEE

Nobel Peace Prize Medal

Wings of Hope has been nominated several times for this singular Honor. It is our many Supporters who have earned this distinction. Read more...

Our Supporters

  • Roy Clark

    Country Music Legend

    Helping the poor to have a better future won't happen with hand-outs. It will happen by us teaching them to reach self-sufficiency.

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  • Immediate Needs

    • Volunteers for Special Assignments

      WOH is searching for volunteers to fulfill the following positions: Hangar Administrator, A&P Mechanics/Helpers, Spanish speaking, heavy equipment mechanic, Orthopedic Surgeon(s), Office Receptionist, Special Event Manager, Special Project Person.
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    Their Stories

    Guyana

    Guyana is a relatively new country in the southern part of the western hemisphere. Located on the north coast of South America, it was a British and Dutch colony for several centuries before being granted independence in 1966. The native population was originally Amerindian, mostly members of the Wapashani and Wai Wai tribal groups, but now they are joined by descendants of the British and Dutch along with Asian and Africans. More...