Start with one

Hopelands’ vision shared by Pastor Stephen Lamprecht, Founder of Hopelands. We are on a mission to raise a self-sustainable village where orphans and abandoned children can be raised in a normal household like any child should. You can make a difference in the future of an orphaned and abandoned child by donating as little as…

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Extra Classes

Hopelands has taken hands with Magalies River Christian Centre for Saturday school to assist with their end of year exams.  extra classes provide students with a chance of extra practice. As formal classes have a limited time, it is easy to understand that sometimes teachers have barely enough time only to spread the knowledge, let…

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Making dreams come true

We at Hopelands believe in making the dreams of orphaned and vulnerable children come true. The success of the Hopelands orphan village project requires the help and support of all donations. You too can make a significant difference by making a donation of any amount today to help change a life. Donations can be done…

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Krugersdorp News

Hopelands is a start-up, non-profit, social-service organisation founded in 2018. It aims to alleviate the orphan calamity. Founders Stephen and Sharon Lamprecht are committed to the vision and mission of Hopelands and endeavour daily to lead the organisation to success. The founders revealed the future plans for their Hopelands Village in Hekpoort on Saturday, 18…

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Launching a Dream

A wonderful opportunity to reveal the future plans of Hopelands Village. On Saturday 18 August we had the opportunity to reveal the future plans of Hopelands Village on the property, Portion 48, Steenekoppie to all who have an interest in the project. People from near and far came to spend time on the property to…

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Live on Air

Co-Founder of Hopelands Stephen Lamprecht Was interviewed by Dustin Miller of Radio Today, to find out what is happening with Hopelands Village. You can also listen via TuneIn app or DSTV Audio 869 and of course anywhere in the city of Johannesburg on 1485 AM! This slideshow requires JavaScript.

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