Vision and Mission


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

Camp Glow Freshman Class 2013 - Guyana


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 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

  • John Danforth

    Humanitarian and former United States Senator

    The children of the world are our future. The children of Africa, South Africa, in every populated and forgotten place on earth. Assisting them is my most satisfying purpose.

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  • Immediate Needs

    • Airplane

      WOH has an immediate need for an airplane of any size!
      Almost any airplane can be rebuilt by our hangar volunteers and used to serve the poor. Because we do not sell your plane, the IRS allows you the maximum appraised value for your tax deduction so you help achieve Peace and Hope and also help your taxes!

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    Their Stories

    New Guinea

    New Guinea lies in the Pacific tropics north of Australia. It was fought over aggressively by the Japanese in WWII and the Allies as it lies at the crossroads for all the major trading routes spanning the western Pacific. Being a part of the larger Indonesia Island chain it has remained very much the last foothold of the most primitive people on earth. More...