Since the summer of 2012, CBC has provided practical help to the Christian orphanage called Hope House, located in the small town of Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos, near Guadalajara in Jalisco, Mexico. The purpose of this organization is to provide permanent and foster care for boys of all ages who have been neglected, abused, or abandoned. At Hope House, the boys are given a safe and loving place to be raised with access to medical care, vocational training, and most importantly, the opportunity to foster a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Hope House was established to address the void in Mexico’s foster care system. The state-run orphanages care for children only until the age of eleven, at which time they are released to the street or private foster homes. Hope House cares for boys from age six to age eighteen. This fills the gap into which so many of the abused and abandoned boys of Mexico fall when both the state and other foster homes are unable to care for them.

Hope House is a non-profit organization, fully funded by donations and receives no monetary assistance from the government of Mexico. For more information, visit: