Dear readers, One of my favorite Gate of Hope activities is the Christmas Exchange. For those of you who do not know, for the past few years, Gate of Hope has partnered with families and churches to host a Christmas gift exchange. In this exchange, families from the East African refugee community across Louisville areContinue reading Christmas Trunk Exchange →
We identify underprivileged children who live in extreme poverty and pay school fees so they can attend public school. In the last 7 years, 45 children graduated from high school and 3 graduated from college.
Car donations are a convenient alternative to selling or trading in your vehicle, and it will bless a refugee family at the same time. They will use the vehicle to transport families to school or church, purchase groceries, or use it for work. They provide a useful tax write off as well. Recently, Peggy AthanasakesContinue reading Vehicle Donations →
Gate of Hope and Louisville Grows are partners in the Hope Community Farm, located at 1400 Bicknell Way, less than two miles from the Refuge where Gate of Hope has another office. The property is owned by Louisville Metro Housing Authority and is leased by Louisville Grows.
Artisans in Rwanda as well as those now living in the USA have a variety of talents and crafts, both decorative and practical. They feature a colorful array of themes and patterns.
We empower senior individuals and their families. Gate of Hope provides healthy living classes and meets seniors “where they are”.
Ebenezer means God has brought us this far (1 Samuel 7:12) Hello readers, My name is Dr. Pauline Mukeshimana and I serve as the Program Director of Gate of Hope Ministries International. In my community, I am known as “mama pastor” or “mama w’abana” (mother of all children). I have been serving the community ofContinue reading Ebenezer Blog →