Bangla Hope is a charitable 501(c)(3) organization, devoted to changing the lives of orphans, destitute women, and children in Bangladesh.

 

Food

At least one good meal per day.

 

Medical Needs

Teach hygiene and good nutrition.

 

Education

Learn to read and write.

 

Clothing

Clothing orphans and others in need.

 

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LATEST NEWS
 
(1) Rob and Myrna Griffin join the team!

August 14, 2015

Rob and Myrna Griffin have joined Bangla Hope to assist Dave and Beverly Waid in their work at the orphanage in Bangladesh. Both Rob and Myrna have worked with young people at various institutions. Recently, they attended the Redwood campmeeting in Northern California and the National ASI Convention in Spokane, WA where they made many contacts who were introduced to Bangla Hope. Read more in the next newsletter.

(2) Summer, 2015 Newsletter is ready!

June 2, 2015

The Summer, 2015 newsletter is ready to read! CLICK HERE to read it.

(3) 270 mph cyclone does major damage both on and off campus!

June 2, 2015

At midnight on May 23rd, a 270 MPH cyclone ripped through the Bangla Hope campus causing major damage to vegetation and minor damage to the structures. (Thank God, no people on campus were injured) Many poorly constructed village structures were severly damaged. CLICK HERE to see pictures.

(4) Dave's eye damage update.

June 2, 2015

Unfortunately, the retina in Dave's eye has never healed and he can just see a little light in the damaged eye. (He was hit in the eye with a badminton birdie that had been modified to be heavier than normal US badminton birdies) He is thankful that he still has one good eye so he can still drive and go about his daily activities almost normally.
(5) New Church Needed - See Why

December 4, 2014

As you can see by these photos, the Bangla Hope Campus church (which meets in the dining hall) is full and overflowing! A new dedicated church facility is a much needed improvement.

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