Hug CEO has provided supplies and support to 4 orphanages in India:
Hug CEO provided supplies and support to Vajira Sri Children’s Development Center in Pitakotte, Sri Lanka.
Hug CEO visited and provided supplies to Shanghai Healing Home in China. In normal times, orphanages often struggle to stay open. The pandemic has increased the difficulties these homes already face. Recently, we have heard that all children at Shanghai Healing Home were required to return to public orphanages. This orphanage specialized in housing children and teens with serious medical issues that required surgeries. In 10 years they cared for over 160 kids, provided over 300 surgeries, and promoted the adoption of over 100 kids. Shanghai Healing Home will be continuing to support children who need surgeries in these other local orphanages.
In 2014, Hug CEO visited the Hongik Center on Jeju Island. In addition to supplying provisions, we were able to partner with staff from Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines to provide an unforgettable day onboard one of their incredible ships.
Hug CEO has visited and supported 6 orphanages in Bolivia.
Evangelina Booth Girls Home is in danger of closing within a year because of a funding deficit. Even in normal times, they were unable to provide adequate personal hygiene items for the girls. Currently, due to COVID-19, they are especially in need of assistance to purchase those supplies. If you would like to support Evangelina Booth with their pandemic-related needs or funding to stay open, you can make a tax-deductible donation through the button below.
Hug CEO has supported 4 orphanages in Montrouis, Haiti. In 2016, our Board brought donated supplies, helped with immediate medical needs, and enjoyed spending time with the children and staff at:
Hug CEO supported residential foster homes in St. Croix and Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
Hug CEO brought supplies and Christmas gift bags for the children at the I Can Foundation. We spent time talking and playing basketball with the children at this home in St. Maarten after the devastation of Hurricane Irma in 2017.
Hug CEO responded to a call to action from a local Facebook group. One of the community members was collecting items to donate to Eunime por Tijuana, an orphanage for children with HIV/AIDS in Tijuana, Mexico.
In 2017, Hug CEO traveled to South Africa to provide supplies and financial support to three homes for orphaned, abused, and abandoned children.
Asociacion de las Buenaventuaranzas is an orphanage for children with disabilities and shelter for women who have been abandoned, abused, and neglected. They care for children with serious medical needs in what they call their ICU. Thanks to donors, we have been able to deliver critical supplies, such as wheelchairs, and continue to support medical needs, such as feeding tube replacements and parts for oxygen supply equipment.