Nurturing Children. Cultivating Peace. Shaping the Future.

House of Hope Vision School

An environment of love for an education that heals. With your help, House of Hope cultivates an atmosphere that dismantles a foundation of trauma and stress.


Our Work

Your support of House of Hope nurtures the wellbeing of Palestinian children, youth, and women caught in the crosshairs of the Occupation. Your partnership with our global community builds a safe and nurturing learning environment that heals. This healing cultivates hope to envision a new future. It’s a hope that reimagines and rebuilds, and it can only be done together, with you.



Your monthly gift nurtures children, empowers women, and shapes the future. 


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Join the Vision Community

The Vision Community is a passionate and determined group of monthly givers on a mission to nurture healing and seed peace. They are dozens of people like you, from around the world, giving what they can to show the world what can be done when we work together.



“When we truly love, we give from our hearts. At House of Hope, our teachers and our supporters opened their hearts to create a holistic, loving learning environment. We want them to have a safe place to be healthy and grow. We want to help them to see their own ability to learn and be the better future that we all want to live in.”

Manar Wahhab Vosgueritchan // Co-founder of House of Hope and Educational Director //

“House of Hope believes that peace is not an impossible mission to achieve. We believe peace starts by creating schools that are an oasis of loving human connection where our kids can feel secure.”

Milad Vosgueritchian // Co-founder and Chairman //

“The most important characteristics of a House of Hope teacher are compassion and self-awareness. Self-development is at the center of our educational style. We are holistically minded teachers, so we must be knowledgeable about many aspects of life.”

Manar Wahhab Vosgueritchan // Co-founder of House of Hope and Educational Director //

“I love House of Hope because it is giving me the chance to have a teaching profession. It is exposing me to unique school activities and new ways of learning. I also love House of Hope because it merges disabled kids with non-disabled kids. We integrate our classrooms, which is not common in Palestine.”

Doha // Second Grade Teacher //


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