HFI Year-end Newsletter
John Wesley stated, "Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can."Read More
Philippines Pictorial Report
On behalf of all of us at HFI, we want to express our sincere gratitude to those who have partnered with us in response to the recent tragedy in the Philippines.View PDF Report
A picture paints a thousand words. Hope Force photographer, Mike Morse, captures the beauty of the Filipino people amidst the backdrop of cataclysmic destruction and heartbreak. Portrayed is the kindness of our Hope Force medical team members who sacrificed much to bring the "ministry of presence" to these precious people.View Photo Gallery
Response to Illinois Tornados
Yesterday’s deadly storms represent one of the most significant outbreak of tornados, during the month of November, in history.Read More
Meet Hope Force
What this short video to learn the mission and see the heart of Hope Force International.
Join Us In Haiti In 2014!
The rebuilding phase of Hope Force’s disaster response is a main thrust of our activities in Haiti. In addition, there are varied and meaningful opportunities to serve!Read More
Response to Colorado Floods
Hope Force reservists responded after near-record rainfall caused unprecedented flooding in 24 Colorado counties.Read More
Upcoming Training Events
Hope Force disaster response training is designed with “the end in mind.” We’ve done this by identifying what we believe...Read More
Healthcare and Optical Clinic
18 people X 6 days = 762 health consultations + 347 optical beneficiaries…and multiple lives impacted!Read More
Letter from HFI's Founders
We are often asked how we determine specifically where and with whom to work in the immediate aftermath of a disaster.Read More
Super Storm Sandy Update
It has been 12 months in the making. The Atlantic City Long Term Recovery Group (ACLTRG), established under the direction of Hope Force International (HFI) Program Director Craig Snow, has reached a milestone.Read More
Throughout history, the failure to cope with natural disasters has produced devastating consequences, from countless lives lost to ruined homes, businesses and economies. Tragically, it is often the poorest of the poor who are the most vulnerable. Around the world over 60 million people a year are affected by disasters and crisis.
As never before, trained disaster responders are needed to walk sensitively and appropriately alongside those affected by crisis. Hope Force International (HFI) is a Christian response to disaster events that surround us at home and abroad, reaching out to those who experience suffering and loss. Read more about us »