The VIVO Hope Foundation
Our core values of being honest, caring and empowering, go beyond the boundaries of business to support the vulnerable and less fortunate, through acts of love and genuine kindness.
We set up the Vivo Hope foundation to deliver humanitarian and community support including funding and materials for grass roots projects that positively impact change and improve the lives of vulnerable individuals and communities. Both in the UK and abroad. Partner with us to support these life-changing projects and initiatives:
Change Life Initiative - Rwanda;
Your purchases help Vivo Hope to support Jackie Mugabo of Sisterhood in Christ International Ministries, to champion the cause of highly vulnerable women and Genocide survivors in Rwanda. Change Life Initiative is an invaluable project lead by Jackie, to help empower local women through teaching them to sew, enabling them a means to provide for themselves and their families. The project aims to impact positive change in the lives of 100 women considered most in need. The target group includes; disadvantaged girls and women, teenage mothers, victims of domestic violence, sex workers, widows without income, women suffering from extreme poverty and those who survived the tragic genocide in Rwanda.
We have provided sewing machines, medical insurance, food for families and finances to rent a space but the need for materials, needles, spare parts, better finishing equipment and daily staff costs, increases daily.
London Homeless Outreach
Vivo Hope are avid supporters of activities that positively impact and support the homeless. We currently support Sam Christian of Liberty Church Norbury with her Homeless Outreach Ministry, providing sleeping bags, fleece tracksuits and toiletries for her regular tours of Londons homeless hotspots. With your help we can do so much more for Londons homeless including, paying for haircuts, mobile phone credit so they can apply for jobs and attend interviews. If you have a homeless project or would like to partner with us get in touch and leave a message: 0207 175 0052
Ashdon Jazz Academy:
Having lost her daughter Ashdon, through tragic circumstances, Trisha Muirhead dedicated her life to helping vulnerable, disengaged young girls, find their true purpose and develop a sense of self-confidence and self-worth. Her organisation Ashdon Jazz Academy works with 11-21 year old vulnerable teens, to mentor and support them through the challenging periods in their lives. They aim to take 40 girls to Gambia in West Africa for a life-changing experience in July 2020. We are behind them all the way supporting their fund-raising efforts and activities and contributing towards their trip expenses. Join our efforts to help Trisha empower these girls to achieve beyond their realm of expectation.
For more info contact us or visit Ashdon Jazz Academy