1. Help with a Donation

The Mission of Hope: Rotifunk Hospital is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, which means that your financial contribution to help Rotifunk mothers and children is 100% tax deductible. We’re a volunteer organization with minimal operating expenses (intentionally), so over 87% of your donation will go directly to aid the people of this impoverished region.

A donation in the amount of:

  • $10 — could provide supplemental powdered formula for an infant
  • $25 — could provide a newborn care kit
  • $50 — could provide mosquito netting for a family of five
  • $100 — could provide a new mother with a pre- and post-natal nutrition program
  • $300 — could provide a 6-month supply of food for the Children’s Clinic
  • $1,000 — could provide 5 surgeries at Rotifunk Hospital

Can you help our mission with a financial contribution?

Online




—OR— By Check

Make your check payable to
Mission of Hope: Rotifunk Hospital
and mail to:
Mission of Hope: Rotifunk Hospital
P.O. Box 11103
Wilmington, NC 28404

2. Be Our Champion

Make our mission your mission. Consider hosting a fundraiser at your church, civic organization, fraternity or sorority, book club, or any group of people with whom you associate. We have a highly impactful media presentation with print materials to support your effort. We’ll even provide a presenter at your request. Fill out the form on our contact us page to request more information.

Mission of Hope nurse testing children for malaria

3. Join a Mission Team

What a rewarding experience! Watch this video — Message from Rotifunk — and hear directly from a mission team member what it’s like to visit and help the beautiful people of Rotifunk. To request a mission team application, please fill out the form on our contact us page (be sure to mention you’d like a mission team application in the message box).

You Can Bring Hope

*Video published November 2016. Health and poverty statistics are from sources believed to be reliable at the time of publication, but no warranty, expressed or implied, is made regarding accuracy.

 

Mission of Hope volunteer working with children of Rotifunk
Women of Rotifunk praying
Mission of Hope volunteers helping to open the pharmacy at Rotifunk Hospital

the women and children of Rotifunk need our help

1. Help with a Donation

Women of Rotifunk praying
The Mission of Hope: Rotifunk Hospital is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, which means that your financial contribution to help Rotifunk mothers and children is 100% tax deductible. We’re a volunteer organization with minimal operating expenses (intentionally), so over 87% of your donation will go directly to aid the people of this impoverished region.

A donation in the amount of:

  • $10 — could provide supplemental powdered formula for an infant
  • $25 — could provide a newborn care kit
  • $50 — could provide mosquito netting for a family of five
  • $100 — could provide a new mother with a pre- and post-natal nutrition program
  • $300 — could provide a 6-month supply of food for the Children’s Clinic
  • $1,000 — could provide 5 surgeries at Rotifunk Hospital

Can you help our mission with a financial contribution?




— OR —

Make your check payable to
Mission of Hope: Rotifunk Hospital
and mail to:
Mission of Hope: Rotifunk Hospital
P.O. Box 11103
Wilmington, NC 28404

2. Be Our Champion

Mission of Hope volunteers helping to open the pharmacy at Rotifunk Hospital
Make our mission your mission. Consider hosting a fundraiser at your church, civic organization, fraternity or sorority, book club, or any group of people with whom you associate. We have a highly impactful media presentation with print materials to support your effort. We’ll even provide a presenter at your request. Fill out the form on our contact us page to request more information.

3. Join a Mission Team

Mission of Hope nurse testing children for malaria

What a rewarding experience! To request a mission team application, please fill out the form on our contact us page (be sure to mention you’d like a mission team application in the message box).

*Video published November 2016. Health and poverty statistics are from sources believed to be reliable at the time of publication, but no warranty, expressed or implied, is made regarding accuracy.