A New Hope For Peru
New Hope provides a stable and loving environment for orphaned, abandoned and at-risk children on a long-term basis. We care for an average of 40 to 50 children, ranging from infants to 18 years or older as they pursue vocational or university studies. Children at New Hope live in casitas, small family-style apartments with groups of 6-7 other children and houseparents.
New Hope Children’s Home was founded in 1995 by David and Debbie Bolos in response to the number of orphaned and abandoned children living on the streets.
Our desire is to show the love of Christ in our actions and manner of work; to provide physical, emotional and spiritual care for the children entrusted to us.
The children’s home is the primary project at New Hope and has led to the development of our other projects like the bakery, hostel, and alumni care.
These are the
stories and faces
of New Hope.
Some run to us. Some are found. Some grow up too fast.
They all need a family, they all need hope.
Sharing God's Love & Mercy
Demonstrating the love of Christ in our
actions and manner of work
New Hope Blog
The Latest from New Hope
This week we took in 3 new children - Santiago (5), Nicole and Emma (3-year-old twins). Nicole and Emma are our third...read more
At the start of 2017, Elizabeth headed out on a missions trip for 2 months. She is back home at New Hope now and...read more
When children come to New Hope, we see them as family. We make it our mission to care for them as individuals,...read more