Other Ways to Give

Help Stock the Hope Store:

Each year Women of Hope Sierra Leone participants have the opportunity to earn tickets by attending valuable trainings, Bible studies and other Women of Hope Sierra Leone programs. Women can then use those tickets in the Hope Store to “purchase” necessary supplies that otherwise they might have limited access. Each year we recruit the help of our generous ministry partners to help us stock the Hope Store and keep the office in Sierra Leone running smoothly! Check out this Amazon list for inspiration or send us items directly from Amazon!

  • Toothbrushes and toothpaste

  • Deodorant

  • Disposable razors

  • Advil and Tylenol

  • Small lotions or hand creams

  • Beach towels

  • Vaseline in tubes (like toothpaste)

  • Light weight blankets or bed spreads (twin, double, king)

  • Pre-school toys (none with small or easily lost parts, please), board books, toddler walkers etc.

•    Laptop computers (newer)
•    MS Office Software (2016 or newer)
•    Photocopiers – one standard and one small
•    Copy paper – a case or reams


If you are local, you can drop off items at the Southaven office, or contact us if you have questions.



Amazon Smile:

Did you know that you can help support Women of Hope while you’re already doing your shopping? Click here to choose Women of Hope International as your charity of choice on Amazon Smile. Amazon will donate 0.5% of every eligible purchase to Women of Hope, and you don’t have to do anything different than your normal shopping.



Air Miles:

Millions of unused airline miles accumulate in frequent flyer accounts, often expiring before their holders have an opportunity to use them. When you donate airline miles, you can give a gift to God’s Kingdom that is worth thousands of dollars!

Women of Hope can use your donated airline miles to send staff to the field, conduct trainings throughout the developing world or get staff to conferences,  building connections and further equipping them to serve. Help us maximize the use of Kingdom resources by donating airline miles!

Download this informational sheet for more details about the process. If you wish to contribute in this way, please fill out this form or contact us.

NOTE: Because airline miles and points are awards from companies and are not taxed as income, the IRS does not allow the donation of airline miles or points to be used as a charitable deduction.

Stocks or planned giving:

Accessible Hope is able to accept stock donations and we would love to be prayerfully considered as a part of your planned giving.

Download these Quick Facts About Donating Stock

If you would like to talk with someone about donating stock or including Accessible Hope in your planned giving, please contact our office for more information.


Kroger Community Rewards

Every time you shop at Kroger, you can earn money for your favorite charities! You will need to create a Kroger Community Rewards account and select Accessible Hope International as the organization you wish to contribute to as you do your shopping. Kroger sends a percentage of their profits (depending on their revenue) to the charities that their customers have selected each quarter. Partner with us while you shop!

Click here to register for Kroger Community Rewards

Baby Packets:

We give each woman in the program who gives birth a small token that our staff in Sierra Leone use to show the women that we care while giving them a little tangible help with supplies for their child.

We need the following supplies packed in a gallon sized Ziplock bag Here are the items to be included in all the baby packets:

We really appreciate it if the baby packets could be packed in a trunk weighing no more than 50 lbs so that we can take them with us as luggage on our next trip and store them in the office in Sierra Leone to be distributed. Many stores sell inexpensive, but sturdy plastic trunks that would be great.

Time and Talent:

We are always looking for talented and generous graphic designers to donate pro bono designs for various campaigns throughout the year. Click here to get in touch with us.

Volunteers – we always have a need for more help! Click to learn more!