2020 14th Annual Banquet Canceled
Dear friends and supporters of Operation HOPE: Our board has voted to cancel this year's banquet, due to prescribed attendance limitations. But we are pleased to announce that Ken Harrison, Chairman and CEO of Promise Keepers has agreed to speak at our upcoming banquet on March 27, 2021. Tickets will go on sale in January of 2021. Thank you for your generous support as we continue our commitments to Hope2Haiti and SnackPack4Kids in West Texas. May God bless and protect us all as we await His return.
Frequently Asked Questions
There are many natural questions that people ask about our work and our ministry, and below are some of the more common questions. If your question is not answered here, please feel free to contact us - we would enjoy answering any questions you might have.
Yes. As a 501C3 non-profit, all donations you make are tax deductible.
Operation HOPE has worked in or had an impact in Bolivia, Haiti, India, Iraq, Kenya, Malawi, and the U.S. - in West Texas, our own community. At the moment, we are focusing efforts on various relief and ministry work in Haiti (devastated in 2010 by an earthquake, then again by Hurricane Mathew in October of 2016). Please see our Global Map for an overview and more detail.
Absolutely. We partner with legitimate organizations which help us complete our mission. In fact, such bonafide partners are crucial, particularly when we work in other nations to serve the needy or underserved. Our partners include tactical help in our service locations, co-sponsoring organizations, and especially our donor businesses who provide such wonderful support.