Place the Hope Campaign

Place the Hope is an annual campaign supporting the frontline work of our partners in Africa and the Caribbean who help children overcome extreme poverty by supporting their health, nutrition, and educational needs.

The campaign culminates in a celebration in October where Place the Hope donors can meet the staff and volunteers of Children’s Place International and our field partners and hear first-hand about our work. The event also recognizes individuals who have made an outstanding commitment to children in extreme poverty.

Learn how your sponsorhip can ensure the success of Place the Hope.

For information on how you can participate in the Place the Hope campaign, please contact Stacey Hacker at 312-660-3028.

Join Us for

Place the Hope

A Virtual Event

 

Wednesday, October 21, 2020
7:00 – 8:00 PM

 

Keynote Speaker

Mina Halpern, Clinica de Familia

Children’s Place International Hero Awards

At the annual Place the Hope celebration, Children’s Place International honors individuals who have demonstrated outstanding commitment to helping children overcome extreme poverty.

Individuals can be nonprofit team members, philanthropists, private sector leaders or volunteers who have played a significant role in helping children overcome extreme poverty.

Please consider making a donation today

$1,000 funds the training of a 12-person savings group to help generate income for a family through a new business start-up

$250 covers one year of school expenses for a child, including books, uniforms, school fees and supplies

$50 provides a malnourished child two months of high calorie nutritional supplementation

Become an Everyday Hero

Everyday Hero allows individuals and teams to raise money for Children’s Place International through an online fundraising platform. You can develop your own project, set a revenue goal and reach out to friends and colleagues to support your effort. All Every Day Heroes are recognized at the annual Place the Hope event in October. Click below to create your own Everyday Hero Challenge page today.