Project Hope: Making Canada Proud

30 June 2009

Canada’s CBC features Project Hope in this spotlight segment, filmed as our first Graphic Novel Design students were graduating the course and exhibiting their work in Nablus.

That’s what Project Hope does well — making room for a little optimism in a dark world.

Oxford Mail (UK)

West Bank volunteer: ‘Imagine Oxford being closed off for 10 years’

2 August 2009

The Oxford Mail interviews teacher and Project Hope volunteer Kevin Moloney, 54, about his experience working with children and youth in the refugee camps of Nablus.

It is a life-changing experience.

Toronto Star (CA)

Bringing Hope to Palestinians

19 June 2009

The Star talks to Project Hope co-founder Jeremy Wildeman about the organization and its work, then and now.

Project Hope’s volunteers provide a variety of programs, from English- and French-language instruction to photography, painting, dance, first aid, aerobics and volleyball.

Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (USA)

Supporting — and Learning From — Community-Based Initiatives

December 2008

The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs profiles Project Hope and its volunteer-created First Aid program.

Their mission is to provide normal activities for young people living in an abnormal situation. (CA)

In the wake of NGOs

10 August 2010

News Blaze (USA)

Two filmmakers travel to West Bank

4 August 2010

The Prince Albert Daily Herald (CA)

A westerner in the West Bank

10 July 2010

Maan News (Palestine)

Students graduate from course on robotics for hearing impaired

20 May 2010

Fen Magazine (USA)

Project Hope: Old conflict, fresh take

27 April 2010

Palestine Monitor (Palestine)

Fabulous Nablus

9 February 2010

Donside Piper and Herald (UK)

Letter from the West Bank

28 January 2010

Maan News Agency (Palestine)

Project Hope launches

21 January 2010

Alternatives International (CA)

Life in a Refugee Camp

9 November 2009

City Life Magazines (UK)

Working in the West Bank

November 2009

GoMad Nomad Travel Mag

Volunteer in the West Bank

30 September 2009

The Bay Area Citizen (USA)

Palestine visit opens Clear Lake resident’s eyes

16 September 2009

The Southern Reporter (USA)

From Melrose to Nablus – Meghan takes steps to spread hope in Palestine

16 July 2009

Mike’s Likes & Dislikes (CA)

Canada: Top ten things to love and hate – #7 Stephen Lewis and other Great Canadian Heroes

7 July 2009

Indy Media (UK)

A visit to Palestine

16 December 2006

Zaytoun (UK)

Balata Refugee Camp in Nablus and Project Hope

25 November 2005

Let’s Go – Tourism Guides (USA)

Beyond Tourism

Transitions Abroad

Volunteer in the West Bank with Project Hope

Project Hope

Project Hope is a community not-for-profit and a registered charity.

Project Hope works in the refugee camps, cities, and villages of the Nablus region of the northern West Bank, teaching English and delivering other essential education, arts and sports programs to Palestinian children and youth.

The largest volunteer organization of its kind in Palestine, Project Hope fosters dialogue and cooperation between local and international volunteers, while encouraging its volunteer alumni to remain involved with the issue of Palestine afterward.

A Registered Charity

Project Hope's work is carried out through the Canadian charity “Humanitarian Opportunities for Peace and Education”


Charity Number:
862587078 RR0001


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Project Hope's work is supported from the United Kingdom and European Union through the Scottish charity Firefly International


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