Happy Watoto Homes & School
A project from the Good Hope Center e.V.
„We are paving the way for a positive future for disadvantaged children from Greater Arusha.”
Where are we active?
Tanzania is one of the poorest countries on our planet. Although the East African state is peaceful and politically stable, education, drinking water, and medical care are areas where there are significant shortages. With our projects, we start where help is most needed and offer children in emergency situations a home where they are thoroughly cared for and can go to school. For a self-determined future for the children, five points are particularly close to our hearts:
„They are growing up in security and have the chance for a better future."
You can also support the Good Hope Centre.
Good Hope Centre would like to thank all supporters, big and small, who have supported the project for many years. With your help, you make the success of our efforts possible, no matter how big or small the contribution is. Good Hope stands for all those who are committed to our cause.
"I am delighted to support your work with the Udo Lindenberg Foundation. Keep up the good work! Ahoy, your Udo."
"Kudos to the Good Hope Centre for its excellent work! I will support you wherever I can!"
"I look forward to being part of the Friends of GHC and continuing to support you in any way I can for many activities and events."
Trip to Tanzania 2022
Trip to Tanzania from 7. to 15.11.2022. If you are interested please contact us!
Merry Christmas 2021
2021 was another challenging and turbulent year, with 365 special days behind us. We all learned how to deal with new situations and challenges, what it means to find new ways at short notice when everyday things go off the rails.
Masks for the “Good Cause”
GLADIUS (Latin for short sword) stands for strength, power and endurance. These qualities usually help us to provide our customers with tailor-made fashion for special occasions or the “right appearance” in business and on stage. Now it’s about us in Germany and at the same time about this wonderful project in Tanzania!