Heart of Hope

Sponsored by Bright Magpie Charitable Foundation

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Due to Covid 19, Summer Activities are via Zoom. Please see the schedule.

Visit HOH Alumni page for what previous volunteer officers are saying.

2022 HOH Officers and Leaders

Heart of Hope Christmas 2021

 

2021 Mother’s Day Zoom Concert

 

2020 Christmas Zoom Program

 

2019 Mother’s Day Concert

 

2019 Relay for Life

 

2022 HOH Activities via Zoom, 2:30 -3:30pm
Jan: 9th (Volunteer Training), 23 (B-Party)
Feb: 6th (B-Party), 20th
March: 6th( B-Party), 20th
April: 3rd (B-Party), 17th
May: 15th (Mother’s Day Tea Party at Heritage Park at Diamond Bar City)
May: 15th (Farewell graduation)

2021 HOH Activities via Zoom, 2:30 -3:30pm

June: 6th, 20th

July: 7/11, 7/25

August: 8th, 22th

September: 5th, 19th

October: 3rd, 17th

November: 7th, 21st

December: 5th ( last day of the year) Christmas party.

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“Heart of Hope and its volunteers represent the best our community has to offer. I commend these young people for taking time out of their schedules to make the world a better place for all of us,” said U.S. Representative Ed Royce (CA-39), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

U.S. Congressman Edward Royce

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“Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it.”

– Helen Keller

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  Welcome to Heart of Hope

Parents of children with special needs are often at risk of being overwhelmed with the stress, the tasks, the advocacy and the diligence they need to help their children in the best way they can. It’s not easy to describe the experience of raising a child with special needs. Parents of kids with special needs don’t see a disability when they look at their kids. Instead, they see the most precious and wonderful blessing of their lives. They see their child. We all treasure our kids as if they are our pride and joy no matter what kind of children they are. It is a good reminder to all of us to see the beauty, joy and hope in each and every child and to inspire others that we are after all, all human beings of this world.
Interested in learning more about our services? Contact us.
Volunteers:

How Volunteers Make a Difference —
The aim of all volunteers is to give youngsters the best opportunities for learning. These opportunities are brought about through listening, responding, instructing and meeting the special needs of the participants.
Volunteers can help with the effective use of music, art and sport and any other extracurricular activities to enrich the lives of others.
Volunteers can offer an extra pair of hands, eyes and ears. Through an organized volunteer program, volunteers can enhance the educational opportunities to participants by enriching the experiences beyond those other environments can provide. Helping each other and learn from each experience what volunteering is all about A shared venture, a collaborative undertaking, a labor of love.
As a volunteer, he or she learned to be an important part of the community.

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Volunteers please print and fill out the forms, Mail to P.O. Box 4043, Diamond Bar, CA 91765.

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