Objectives

  • To promote, sponsor, and organize activities and programmes as can be beneficial to needy communities.
  • To help and guide young adults towards making hope bearing choices.
  • To assist intelligent young adults from less privileged backgrounds to pursue meaningful higher education.
  • To destroy idleness among young adults by challenging them into productive activities through awareness and training.
  • – To establish special counselling sessions toward building hope in vulnerable youths, school drop- outs, offenders, and ex- convicts.
  • To organize seminars and workshops for young adults focus toward activating their full potential in their different goals and specializations.
  • To create awareness on HIV/AIDS, and give hope to people living with HIV/AIDS.
  • To collaborate with Government, Church Organizations, and other Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in the provision of social programmes and services to youths.
  • To co-operate with other national and international organizations having purposes consistent with HBL in building hope in needy individuals.

Hope Builders League is a Christian Interdenominational Organization (CIO) that believes in God’s redemptive mission. The organization believes in God’s All – Round Redemption (Genesis 12:1, 2; Psalm 67). God’s redemption involves a holistic development of the human being; thereby transforming people to what God intends them to be. The organization is working to lay a groundwork for more intensive attention to issues confronting young adults, strategies that empower youth to be leaders and make hope – bearing choices in their everyday lives, and skills needed by families and the general society to foster positive growth and development of the youth. HBL believes that the issues of contemporary young adults must not be borne by the youth alone, but must be cared for forthrightly within a cohesive and caring community that includes youth’s families and the extended family comprising religious organizations in concert with community and opinion leaders. However, HBL does not seek to replace government or religious organizations, but to partner with them in building healthy resourceful youths for our communities through various programmes.