Get Involved

Corporate Partnerships


Does your business have a social responsibility strategy? Are you looking to make a difference? There are a number of ways that your organisation can partner with HOPE: Global and be recognised as a business that's committed to change in the developing world. Whether it be through workplace giving, sponsorship or staff engagement (volunteering overseas), we can work with you to create a partnership tailored to suit. Please contact us on 02 8198 9475 or email  to discuss how your company can contribute to reducing poverty and engaging your staff to participate. We would also be happy to send a representative to your workplace to make a presentation.

HOPE would like to thank the following businesses for their commitment

You all go above and beyond the call of generosity - and we are eternally grateful. If you would like to discuss how your business could be involved, please call the HOPE office.

CHRISTIAN INSURANCE Insurance with social responsibility

In late 2013, Christian Insurance was founded with a vision to provide general insurance products - Car, Home, Travel & Life with embedded social responsibility. We all need insurance but now your insurance can give back to those most in need, through faith-based charities. For further details please visit


We are thrilled to be partnering with Mission Travel in 2017. Established in 2006, Mission Travel is a national travel agency that successfully combines professional excellence with God’s heart for mission and justice, donating 50% of profits to missions.

Our dedicated Flight consultant Kristine Lee will be available to assist and walk each of our teams through their flight and accommodation bookings. For more information visit 

HOPE IN RWANDA - NRL visits Rwanda
Joe Galuvao's story

HOPE in Rwanda - Joe Galuvao's Story from HOPE: Global on Vimeo.

Joel Reddy's story

HOPE in Rwanda - Joel Reddy's Story from HOPE: Global on Vimeo.


Pictured: A team from the Parramatta Eels trekking in the Virunga National Park, Rwanda on a trip to build houses in the Village of Hope 2009.