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  • Somalia:

    Somalia: 5 million

    people face


    As millions of people face the threat of famine in Somalia, hundreds of thousands of children are at risk of death.
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  • South

    Aleppo, Syria

    lies in almost

    complete ruin.

    Children need help as another terrifying chapter begins in the Syria Crisis.
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  • Learn

    Mosul, Iraq:

    Children urgently

    need support.

    More than 70,000 people have fled Mosul since October 17, 2016 when Iraq’s military offensive set out to re-take the city. Children have arrived in refugee camps and now need support to rebuild their lives.
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  • Support

    Help bring hope

    to the world's most

    vulnerable children

    ​As a Raw Hope partner, you’ll help bring new hope to children who are living in the world’s most dangerous places, or who have become refugees in their flight to find safety.
    Give Monthly  
Raw Hope Overview: Bringing Hope and Support to Children in the World's Most Dangerous Places.

Raw Hope gives you the ability to donate to the children living in places too dangerous for child sponsorship to be established.
Children and families face what seem like impossible challenges, where access to clean water, education and protection from abuse and exploitation is far too often out of reach. Your monthly donation helps bring children and families these essential needs.​
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Where We Work

Raw Hope works in 7 countries shown on map

Creating change in 8 countries

Raw Hope works in unstable countries whose governments cannot or will not act to protect the rights of its people.See Where We Work  

Stories of Hope

Child attending school

See how you are impacting lives

Read how Raw Hope helps change the lives of children and families living in the world's most dangerous places.Read our Stories  


Young girl in Raw Hope program

Have questions? We have answers.

Where is my money going? What will I receive as a donor? Can I sponsor a child?Read FAQs