We care for orphaned, abused, abandoned and neglected children by sharing the love of Jesus in a family setting and providing shelter, safety and support. Through our staff and volunteers we seek to provide solid examples of Godly living and for our children to have healthy and happy relationships with their biological families.


Estabished in 2003, Love & Hope Children’s Home was created after outreach work in a nearby garbage dump discovered several children had no where else to live. Since that time, we have provided food, shelter, safety, education, and love to over 30 children. It has been an incredible journey.


Love & Hope is the work of God’s Kingdom here on earth and we want to share that work with all who wish to serve. We view the home and its network of sponsors and supporters as a family. For many years, teams and long term volunteers have been instrumental in the development and success of our home.


Our home is funded entirely through donations. It is through the generous support of our sponsors that we continue to touch the lives of children in El Salvador. Sponsoring a child is a great way to get connected. You can also make a one-time or recurring contribution. All donations are tax deductible.


  • Love. Hope. Dine. Videos
    At this year’s Love. Hope. Dine. we celebrated all the ways Love & Hope has grown over the last 20 years, and also talked about how Love & Hope is branching out to support other ministries that align with our vision and goals. We touched on two things we’re focusing on to start: expanding access … Read more
  • 2022 Annual Report
    Dear Friends, I am so proud to present to you our 2022 Annual Report. We hope you’ll take a few minutes to look it over and celebrate with us all that God accomplished through Love and Hope this past year. You’ll learn more about the programs we run, some highlights from 2022 and read an … Read more
  • 18 Years
    Today, Love and Hope turns 18 years old. 18 years marks the beginning of the transition from child to adult for many people. For our kids, it’s the age they move out of our “children’s home” and into our “transition house”. This means they take on more responsibilities – like cooking their own meals, figuring … Read more