Welcome to Childrens House of Hope

We are a registered charity in the UK which was set up with sole aim of delivering help and support to communities living in difficult situations in Ghana.  We send regular shipments of clothing, toys, stationery, school equipment and basic medical supplies to medical centres, hospitals and rural villages.  We largely fill our shipments with donated goods and raise money to fund the shipping expenses.  Our emphasis is on getting our contribution directly to the people who need it.

Even the smallest item or donation makes a real difference and in some cases can be life saving.  Please take time to look around the site and if you feel as though you want to help then by all means get in touch.

School Days

Building Complete!

Our school in Ghana is now completed; it is up and running in the refugee campe of Gomoa Buduburam and has over 100 pupils.  We are regularly supplying the school with stationery and basic equipment.  A huge thank you to everyone who contributed to the fundraising of over £7000 to complete the build.

Last Nail in the Schools roof

Raised so far:



Thank you so much for visiting the site…I hope you find it informative and it inspires you to want to help.

House of Hope was registered as a charity by myself and some close friends in Burton upon Trent after my elective as a medical student in Ghana in 2010.  I spent time working in Effia Nkwanta hospital and stayed in Abura village working in the health centre there.

I have maintained my links with the fantastic communities of people and the doctors in the hospital where I worked and we now send regular shipments mainly to the children in the communities, their schools and to the paediatric wards in the hospital.

I hope this website will tell you all you need to know about how to help.  You can support specific projects or just make a general contribution, anything is welcome, whatever size.

I am really grateful for your interest and I look forward to hearing from you, I’m more than happy to answer any questions.