For almost two decades, Asia's Hope has been guiding God's people into courageous leadership on behalf of the world's most vulnerable children. Check out a few of our countless profiles of courageous leadership.
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Justin and Jamie Perkins, owners of Columbus, Ohio-based Holy Moses Hair are leading and leading from a deep, longstanding conviction that they wanted their business to have a meaningful stake in the lives of kids who would otherwise suffer economic and sexual exploitation.
A former genocide survivor, child soldier and underground seminarian, Savorn Ou has dedicated his life to rescuing orphaned children at high risk of sexual and economic exploitation.
Raised in the poorest family of a destitute hill tribe village in Thailand, Tutu was herself at high risk of exploitation. Beating all the odds, she as a defender of hundreds of orphaned hill tribe children.
Overcoming childhood adversity, Bunnaroth graduated with a prestigious law degree and was selected to join a graduate program that is training Cambodia's next generation of governors, legislators and officials.
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A pastor, father and husband who lived his life as a compassionate, courageous leader, Simon’s passing in November 2018 was devastating to Asia’s Hope, but his legacy lives on as a role model for kids and adults around the world.
A hill-tribe orphan rescued and raised by Asia's Hope Thailand, Janpon has dedicated his life to caring for children who, like himself, once faced a life of desperation.
Rescued by Asia's Hope when as a young teen, Arunpon graduated first in her class in university, and is now working to rescue and rehabilitate victims of human trafficking.
A self-described "ordinary Midwestern wife and mom," Diane has inspired hundreds of people to raise tens of thousands of dollars to help Asia's Hope rescue and restore dozens of orphaned kids.
New England Patriot Jerod Cherry sold his prized possession — a Super Bowl Ring — and helped Asia's Hope rescue 24 orphaned children in Thailand.
Orphaned when the Khmer Rouge killed his parents, Samnang overcame a life-threatening landmine injury and a desire for revenge. He now lives every day dedicated to the 20 orphaned children in his care.
An award-winning graphic designer and father of two, Jeremy has found true fulfillment by using his professional skills to provide bicycles so Asia's Hope kids can get to school safely.